Apple is facing a lawsuit that will change its customer data privacy rules. A German court has ordered the computer giant to transform its client data practices. Apple is in somewhat of a fix due to this stricture placed upon its praxis.
May 8 2013, 5:07am CDT
Source: The IPKat
Katfriend Johannes GroßekettlerA few days ago fellow Kat Alberto reported on the decision of the Court of Appeal of Hamm (Germany), which upheld the earlier ruling of the Regional Court of Bielefeld [here], and held that the right of distribution is not subject to exhaustion when it comes to digital subject-matter [audiobooks in that case] other than software. In so doing, the German court denied the applicability of the principles expressed by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJE ...
Full article at: The IPKat
Jul 1 2014, 6:46am CDT
Nate the greatest (2261802) writes "Here in the US it is legal to resell your MP3s on Redigi, and thanks to the UsedSoft decision you can resell downloaded software in Europe. But if you want to resell your ebooks you had better act fast. Tom Kabinet launched last week in the Netherlands to offer a marketplace for used ebooks, and it is already getting legal threats. The Dutch Trade Publishers Association (GAU) says that the site is committing piracy and if it doesn't shut down the G ...
Full article at: AppleSlashdot
Jun 29 2014, 5:52am CDT
German court suddenly finds out that they do not have the authority to ban sales across the entire European Union.
Aug 16 2011, 9:43am CDT
Source: The Herald-Palladium
BERLIN (AP) — A German court ordered the release of a French woman accused of involvement in a guerrilla group's murder of a conservative Chilean politician, but declined Friday to explain the reason ...
Full article at: The Herald-Palladium
Jun 27 2014, 7:57am CDT
BERLIN (AP) — A German court has ordered the release of a French woman accused of involvement in a guerrilla group's murder of a conservative Chilean politician.
Chile had asked Germany to extradite Marie Emmanuelle Verhoeven, who was arrested in Hamburg in January while trying to board a flig ...
Full article at: Mail.com
Jun 27 2014, 5:05am CDT
Source: Asia One
BERLIN - A German court ruled Thursday that an elderly smoker must vacate his home of around 40 years after neighbours complained about his cigarette smoke.Friedhelm Adolfs, 75, has until the end of the year to clear his flat in the western city of Duesseldorf after his appeal against a previous court decision failed.The city's district court said that smoking by a tenant in a flat was not grounds ...
Full article at: Asia One
Jun 26 2014, 5:37am CDT
Not the Patent Fight gets really serious.
Aug 9 2011, 2:04pm CDT