In an open letter to the US Congress, the CEOs of Amazon, AT&T, Dell, IBM, Qualcomm, SAP, Salesforce, Visa, Mastercard, JP Morgan Chase, State Farm, Walmart, and others are asking for the adoption of federal legislation on data privacy.
French Ministry of Defence publishes a white paper on the Application of International Law in Cyberspace
Coinciding with the first meeting of the UN Open-ended Working Group on Cybersecurity, the French Ministry of Defense published a report clarifying its position on the application of international l
In a statement, Roskomnadzor, the Russian Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media, accused Facebook and Google (Youtube) of political advertising at the time of elections in breach of Russian law requiring silence while elections are on
The CJEU issued a ruling in Case C-172/18 AMS Neve and Others v Heritage Audio and Rodríguez Arribasan on the jurisdiction of EU courts when an action is brought for infringement of an EU trademark by online advertising.
Chinese state media has reported that in the first year of its existence, the Beijing Internet Court has overwhelmingly handled disputes involving intellectual property infringements on the Internet.
The Superior Court of Justice (STJ) decided that Uber drivers are not employees of the ride-hailing company.
Three black American women sued Airbnb alleging the site allows its users to discriminate against customers based on race in Oregon, US.
The US Second Circuit Court of Appeal ruled Facebook does not edit for the content that the terrorist group Hamas publishes on the platform.
Cisco has settled a legal case against its subcontractor NetDesign which claimed he found security flaws in Cisco’s multi-software package in 2011, ZDNet reported.
In a new ruling, the European Court of Justice ruled