Copyrights and the troubled Cloud

Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) can be liable for copyright infringements either directly or indirectly. The focus of this paper will be on indirect or contributory liability arising out of copyright infringements done by users particularly in the context of using IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) and SaaS (Software as a Service), and how safe harbour principles that generally applies to ISPs can be extended as a form of exception to CSPs.

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When it’s all about the big fish in a small pond

If you started reading this post in hopes of learning about Nemo and Dory, you are going to be disappointed. This is about a different kind of fish, but without gills of any sort. This post take a sneak-peak at how competition rules deals with consolidation within the European telecommunications industry, a market that hosts over two-hundred operators that services five-hundred European consumers.

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Facebook’s DeepText: Understanding the legality of AI

Is Facebook violating your privacy by using DeepText to read through your Facebook posts and updates? Definitely. Can they legally do it? Probably – because users have consented to it. Should you be worried? Probably not; DeepText is neither truly intelligent nor human. (You should, however, be worried about advertisers …

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