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Online throttling and site-blocking to be outlawed in Europe under net neutrality plan

Online throttling and site-blocking to be outlawed in Europe under net neutrality plan | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it

ISPs will be barred from blocking or throttling customers' access to services that rival their own under new net neutrality rules that could soon be enforced across Europe. The European Commission said that around 100 million Europeans face restrictions on their internet services because ISPs are reluctant give customers access to services which compete with their own offerings. We will guarantee access to the full and open internet on every device, on every network, says the EU's digital chief. 

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México necesita regular la "neutralidad de la red" para evitar abusos de los proveedores de servicios de internet (ISPs).

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Belgium ISPs ordered to block The Pirate Bay

Belgium ISPs ordered to block The Pirate Bay | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it

On September 26, 2011, the Antwerp Court of Appeal ordered two Belgium ISPs to block The Pirate Bay. The ISPs, Telenet and Belgacom, were ordered to implement DNS blocking on 11 domains to do this.

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Hyperlinking and ISP liability clarified by Supreme Court in Crookes case

Hyperlinking and ISP liability clarified by Supreme Court in Crookes case | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it

The Supreme Court released its reasons in Crookes v. Newton 2011 SCC 47 yesterday. The legal issue in the appeal was whether hyperlinks that connect to allegedly defamatory material can be said to “publish” that material. The majority of the Court concluded that a hyperlink, by itself, should never be seen as “publication” of the content to which it refers. Although the case dealt mainly with that issue the Court gave expansive reasons which will have significant impacts on future cases involving Internet defamation, freedom of expression on the Internet, and the liability of ISPs for dissemination of defamatory or infringing content.

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