Conclusion In Europe, the provision of clickable links on a website to copyright protect freely accessible works published elsewhere on the internet, generally does not constitute a “communication to the public.” This implies that, in Europe, hyperlinks or even, embedded links can be provided to the public without permission of the copyright owner(s) of the original work(s), as long as the original communication was not subject to restrictive (accessibility) measures. … [Read more...] about European Court Decision: Copyright Owner Consent Not Required to Hyperlink or Embed links on Websites
"We reached the conclusion that this is a charge we can prove," McCabe told The Washington Post on Monday. Drejka will appear in court Tuesday as he faces charges that could bring up to 30 years in prison, McCabe said. It is not clear whether he has retained an attorney. … [Read more...] about Sheriff called parking lot shooting legal under ‘stand your ground’ laws. Prosecutors disagreed.
"Once these plastics reach the deep-seafloor there is simply nowhere else for them to go, therefore it is assumed they will simply accumulate in greater quantities," Jamieson said then. "Also, the number of areas we found this in, and the thousands of kilometer distances involved shows it is not just an isolated case, this is global." … [Read more...] about Scientists discover three new sea creatures in depths of the Pacific Ocean
Since its creation, the Constitutional courts of India have played an important role in shaping public discourse on civil liberties and governance. In the last seventy years, it has often been through judgements that the democratic interplay between executive, judicial and legislative institutions has come to be defined. The Court has often done this while fulfilling its duty as an anti-majoritarian institution. The 1950’ saw the courts differ with the Government on issues of Zamindari abolition, private property and free speech rights. And in the early 1970’s the Court aggressively diverged with the political establishment over interpreting social and economic rights guaranteed in the Constitution. This tussle was typified in the cases involving the abolishment of privy purses for the princes and the nationalization of banks. Differences of opinions between the political and judicial wing therefore is not new. … [Read more...] about Reimagining The Constitution: The Test For The Judiciary
There is no doubt that the internet yields numerous opportunities and benefits for children in terms of its impact on their educational attainment. However, it has also exposed children to very serious dangers (modern age crimes) that defy age, geographic location and other boundaries, unlike in the real world. Social networking sites have made things so easy for predators to target their victims online. … [Read more...] about Online Risks &Threats For Children: Legal Framework Vs Prevention Thru’ Education & Digital Parenting