Ms Lods’ news round-up -> law and technology

MSLODS’ ROUND-UP  – Technology, Intellectual Property & Media Law

Copyright

Sources: no Digital Economy Act copyright warning letters until 2016 at the earliest. | SROC | http://bit.ly/11MO8oe

Museums mull public use of online art images: Masterworks for one and all. | New York Times | http://nyti.ms/10IA4KU

News from Taiwan: My Rights v Your Rights: the cyber wars escalate. | The 1709 Blog | http://bit.ly/ZDbe0m

US entertainment industry to Congress: make it legal for us to deploy rootkits, spyware, ransomware and trojans to attack pirates. |  Boing Boing | http://bit.ly/Z8WHHo

Defamation & media law

Singapore tightens grip on Internet news sites. | WSJ|  http://on.wsj.com/15rMaZk

We need to protect the act of journalism, no matter who’s doing it. | Nieman Journalism Lab | http://bit.ly/1aQjxpl

News from Spain: Google held not liable for linking to defamatory content. | ISP Liability  | http://bit.ly/Z9zZ1F

Privacy & security

Mooted ALRC privacy cause of action inquiry not officially dead yet. | Open and Shut | http://bit.ly/118Rk8E

Revealed: Australian spies seek power to break into Tor. | Crikey | http://bit.ly/11MOxXz

Privacy no hindrance to CCTV camera go-ahead for NSW local councils. | Open and Shut | http://bit.ly/119gRlf

Privacy commissioner welcomes new data breach notification laws. | Business Spectator | http://bit.ly/15rNqf9

Forget the word ‘cyberwar’ says Marcus Ranum. | The Register | http://bit.ly/ZlWwZa

Technology

Leave me your DNA … and I’ll 3D-print your face. | Guardian | http://bit.ly/14k8Lnu

Here’s Mary Meeker‘s latest Internet trends report: Mobile, wearables and more. | Forbes | http://onforb.es/18GXbXX

The Facebook experiment has failed. Let’s go back. — A Programmer’s Tale. | Medium  | http://bit.ly/12o7LnW

Telecommunications

NBN Co’s take up rates soar. | IT News | http://bit.ly/11jP8OB

No ‘coordinated government filter agency’: Conroy. | ZDNet | http://zd.net/10QXvhR

Clearing the way to better telco ads. | ACMA | http://bit.ly/16Auejh

Trade marks & brand protection

New York challenges a coffee shop logo. | The New York Times | http://nyti.ms/1aQkVrK

Melbourne gym ordered to stop ‘Superman Workout’. | Smart Company | http://bit.ly/12XBGhH

Brand Maasai: why nomads might trade mark their name. | BBC | http://bbc.in/17LWvU6

Social media

The day Facebook asked me: ‘are you in crisis?’ | The Irish Times  | http://bit.ly/11wKokC

The futile quest to end rape jokes on the Internet continues. | Forbes | http://onforb.es/10IzWv1

Foursquare partners with Gnip to offer its check-ins for research. | TNW | http://tnw.co/11eYIiI

How to deal with a troll? | ntegrity | http://bit.ly/19yrDFa

3 June 2013

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Ms Lods’ news round-up -> law and technology

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