Mon, 5 October 2015
Google still has not announced whether it will appeal a ruling earlier this year by the Court of Appeal for British Columbia ordering the Internet giant to remove certain links from its search engine – not just in British Columbia, but worldwide, because of a trademark infringement lawsuit brought by tech company Equustek.
The ruling have broad implications regarding jurisdiction over Internet disputes. Doug Sorocco of Dunlop Fielding discusses the closely-watched case.
Direct download: Who_Controls_the_Internet.mp3
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