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Landmark UK Supreme Court decision rules in favour of ISPs

The long-awaited judgment in the case of Cartier International AG and others (Respondents) v. British Telecommunications Plc and another (Appellants) was handed down by the UK Supreme Court in June 2018, and BT and EE’s appeal that they should not have to bear the costs of complying with website blocking injunctions was unanimously upheld. In this article Elaine O’Hare and Kate Maguire of Stevens & Bolton LLP provide detailed analysis of the decision in this case, which represents a landmark victory for internet service providers (‘ISPs’).

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