Archives: Internet

Journalism, media and technology predictions 2016 | Reuters Institute for the study of Journalism “Robo-journalists, an ongoing battle between publishers and adblockers, bendy smartphones and social media for the workplace; the Reuters Institute launches its new Digital News Project with a set of technology and industry predictions for the global media’s year ahead”. Robo-journalists, an […]

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Corte Giustizia sui filmati nei siti dei quotidiani “La Corte rileva… che la versione elettronica di un quotidiano, malgrado gli elementi audiovisivi in essa contenuti, non deve essere considerata come un servizio audiovisivo se tali elementi audiovisivi sono meramente incidentali e servono unicamente ad integrare l’offerta degli articoli di stampa scritta” Posted from Diigo.

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European Publishers Play Lobbying Role Against Google – The New York Times “The argument is simple enough: Publishers want money from Google,” said Till Kreutzer, a German lawyer who has campaigned against these new copyright proposals. “Many European politicians are open to listening to that type of proposal.” I wonder if normal people voice will […]

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Open Letter to Google From 80 Internet Scholars: Release RTBF Compliance Data — Medium “What We Seek Aggregate data about how Google is responding to the >250,000 requests to delist links thought to contravene data protection from name search results. We should know if the anecdotal evidence of Google’s process is representative: What sort of […]

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Former E-Commerce Executive Charged with Price Fixing in the Antitrust Division’s First Online Marketplace Prosecution | OPA | Department of Justice “According to the charge, Topkins and his co-conspirators agreed to fix the prices of certain posters sold in the United States through Amazon Marketplace.  To implement their agreements, the defendant and his co-conspirators adopted […]

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Usage illicite du nom de domaine avocat.net – Cyberdroit – Le droit à l’épreuve de l’Internet ” Les juges ont estimé que l’internaute était “fondé à croire que tous les services proposés éman[ai]ent d’avocats, alors même que certaines prestations [étaient] assurées par des personnes qui ne sont pas avocats”.” Posted from Diigo.

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