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E-Commerce Law Reports

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Welcome to E-Commerce Law Reports, the bi-monthly journal providing expert analysis of the key case law that matters to practitioners in the online business sector.

Some major – and eagerly-awaited – decisions at EU level are covered in our latest edition. Sweden’s Synch Law discuss the European Court of Justice’s verdict in the Svensson case, answering questions around whether hyperlinking to copyright protected works is allowed under the Directive 2001/29/EC. And Wiggin in Brussels provides analysis of the case, concerning website-blocking measures. Meanwhile, over in Canada, Lenczner Slaght Royce Smith Griffin LLP report on the big copyright case Voltage Pictures LLC v. John Doe and Jane Doe.

As usual, the cases we cover represent the breadth of internet-related case law, from pharmaceutical advertising in Germany to cybercrime law in the Philippines. All of the articles in this issue are currently available to read via a free trial of E-Commerce Law Reports, while for free updates, content and summaries of our issues as they are published, sign up for our email alerts here. 

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