Did Google breach privacy when it tracked and collated personal use information to sell advertisers targeted online advertising space?
Ursula Cheer, Professor of Law, University of Canterbury, comments on privacy, confidentiality breaches, defamation, liability, publication, the internet and the recent English case:Vidal-Hall, Hann and Bradshaw v Google ( EWHC 13 (QB) . Google is increasingly finding itself the defendant in litigation world-wide arising from its online commercial behaviour, which unsurprisingly it resists robustly. A recent English ...more
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In an age of proliferating online multi-media publishing platforms it would be a justifiable assumption that the clout: popularity, respect and authority, of a traditional print journal is diminishing. Not so. The New Zealand Universities Law Review (NZULR) endures, maintaining its prestige amongst legal experts; academics and practitioners alike, says Professor Tony Smith, Pro Vice-Chancellor ...more
In November 2013 an extraordinary book slipped onto the shelves just in time for Christmas. This atypical offering is a beautifully illustrated song book. The brainchild of Professor Stephen Todd, (Professor of Law University of Canterbury and Professor of Common Law, University of Nottingham, UK), the book features, as its title says, leading cases set ...more
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