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Fund launched to support legal advice for anti-fracking groups

The police monitoring network, Netpol, has launched an initiative to fund legal advice for anti-fracking groups facing civil action. 259 more words

Opposition

Doing a Canute on gangs?

The latest news report from Birmingham is that 18 members of two rival gangs have been banned from parts of the city for two years.  The gangs, the Johnson Crew and the Burger Bar Boys, have been fighting each other, with frequent collateral damage, for years, and the police and judiciary have clearly had enough. 181 more words

News

Wait, Canada Doesn't Rule the Internet?

Remember that worldwide injunction the Supreme Court of Canada upheld against Google? See Worldwide Injunction OK’d by SCC.

Well, round four just started. This time in the United States. 163 more words

Privacy

Lifting the Lids on Injunctions

The Gossip Life always does the unthinkable and has in the past, lifted the lids on several prominent injunctions, obtained by A-list celebrities in various fields such as football, music and entertainment. 569 more words

Articles

Seven & Harrison: a pyrrhic victory

In this author’s mind, it was beyond reasonable doubt that Seven would obtain final injunctive relief to restrain Ms Harrison from breaching the terms of the 2014 deed of settlement; any legal practitioner experienced in negotiating and drafting terms of settlement and confidentiality would know that there are strong commercial reasons such deeds entering into existence and it would require moving heaven and earth to persuade a Court as to a deed’s unenforceability where valuable covenants are made in a deed to secure the silence of a counterparty. 526 more words

Insights

Men, the mighty holders

Men, the god gifted dick holders doesn’t really pursue me to acknowledge more about their organs. Dick is one thing that makes a man different from a woman and certainly hath power for being awarded with it. 1,250 more words

Poetics

Equustek - Score one for rule of law and internet harm reduction

We all know that, on Wednesday, a 7-2 majority of the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed an order that required Google to de-index the websites of a company who was using the internet to sell the intellectual property of another company – an order against a non-party with global effect. 553 more words

Freedom Of Expression