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Joined Cases C-203/15 and C-698/15, Tele2 Sverige v Post- och Telestyrelsen (21 December 2016)

General background

In the joined cases C-203/15 (Tele2 Sverige AB v Post- och Telestyrelsen) and C-698 (Secretary of State for Home Department v Tom Watson and Others) of 21 December (the Joined Cases), the ECJ decided a request for preliminary ruling from the Swedish Administrative Court of Appeal (Kammarrätten), and from the Court of Appeal (England & Wales) (Civil Division) (United Kingdom). 1,561 more words

Case-law

Electronic Communication Wrap Up

I decided to make today’s theme somewhat of a wrap up of all the things I have learned in this class.  To summarize the semester I would say the projects and the assignments have definitely opened up my eyes into seeing all of the things i can do with my degree.  170 more words

Okstate

Hackers or Hoaxers?

When you picture a hacker normally the first image that comes to your head is of a loner who never leaves his mom’s basement but stays put in front of his computer screen illuminating his face with a green tinge of light. 890 more words

Social Media

Online Community Spirit

Internet based information and communication technologies have enabled the evolution of new ways to communicate and, in turn, created new and dispersed communities. According to… 570 more words

Cyberculture

We Want It All, We Want It Now

The use of social media has exploded in recent years and in many different forms: social networking sites, internet forums, email, blogs, vlogs, open source (wikis). 533 more words

Social Media

The Evolution of the Emoticon

In the last 50 years or so we have seen a constant growth of electronic communication, so much so that it is now part of our everyday life. 500 more words

Social Media

Legal Ethics of Electronic Communication

This blog previously looked at both the ethical implications of cloud computing and state-level initiatives addressing cloud privacy concerns.  Another area of concern is the lax ethical requirements of attorneys to encrypt electronic communication (i.e., e-mail) that contains confidential client information. 307 more words

Ethical Duties