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Leading Internet Case Law

Current Issue (December 2017)

Volume: 17 Issue: 6


About Leading Internet Case Law:

The bi-monthly case law publication providing expert analysis of key cases relating to the internet. Topics covered include intellectual property rights, copyright infringements, ISP liability, online advertising, distance selling regulations, privacy law, social networking, telecoms, and domain name disputes / read more

Leading Internet Case Law - The latest issue

Leading Internet Case Law is a bi-monthly publication providing analysis and commentary from leading experts on the most significant court cases impacting e-commerce and the internet around the world. The archives of the publication are a unique resource of digital jurisprudence. 

Volume 17 Issue 6 (November - December 2017) opens with analysis by Michael Patrick, Partner at Farrer & Co LLP, of the CJEU preliminary ruling in Bolagsupplysningen OU v. Svensk Handel AB. In this case the CJEU’s preliminary ruling was on the appropriate jurisdiction for a claim arising out of online defamation, finding that a claimant can take legal action for all damage claimed, and for a takedown injunction, in the country where it has its centre of interests.

A further highlight of the latest issue is an article from Xun Yang, Of Counsel at Simmons & Simmons, analysing the unique judgment from the Hangzhou Xihu District Court of China, which ordered the operator of the online platform Shatui Network, Jianshi Network Technology Co. Ltd., to pay compensation to e-commerce platform operator Alibaba. This is the first case where click farming activities have been clearly determined to be unfairly competitive.

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