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Uber going under (2)

Some time ago, I wrote about the seizure of some UberPop vehicles in Brussels.

In the meantime, the battle has become more serious: a few of the official Brussels taxi companies took Uber to Court and the latter ruled 2 days ago that Uber will have to pay an indemnity of € 10.000,- per breach of Brussels’ taxi regulation. 373 more words


Student Conference Preview: Troubleshooting for the Cyber-Malady Panacea?

Issues of Jurisdiction in Identifying and Prosecuting Cyber Child Pornography

Don’t miss this preview of Anca Bliort’s paper that will be presented next week at the Student Conference on April 25th. 378 more words


Writers’ rights with Moral Rights – a quick guide

A reader asked the other week what ‘Moral Right’ meant. It’s an interesting area for writers.

Moral right differs from copyright. You own copyright… 461 more words


Arizona Stalking Law

The internet makes people and things more accessible. This can be both good and bad. It can be a bad thing when people make reckless and threatening remarks. 838 more words

Arizona Law

The "Narrowly-Tailored" CSKT Lawsuit

©2014 Concerned Citizens of Western Montana

Ever since the CSKT filed their lawsuit on February 27 against individuals, irrigation districts, State Courts, the United States, and “John Does”, they have been insisting that it is a “narrowly- focused” lawsuit.  1,494 more words

Flathead Irrigation Project Water Use Agreement

Student Conference Sneak Preview: Harmonization of Jurisdiction Rules for Cybercrime?

Don’t miss this preview of Christopher Mondschein’s and Oliver Hateley’s paper that will be presented at the Student Conference on April 25th. Registration is free and students can sign-up by selecting the Student Conference tab above… 293 more words