Radar: Technology & Communications Update — December 2013: intermediary liability
Taylor Wessing has published its Radar: Technology & Communications Update for December 2013. This section focuses on intermediary liability.
Radar provides a round-up of the issues and legal developments that have dominated the technology and communications sectors in 2013.
It has been an interesting year for intermediaries (such as website operators, search engines and hosting providers) in terms of their potential liability for defamation and for breaches of data protection law. While the Regulations that will implement the newly enacted s5 defence under the Defamation Act 2013 are a complex box-ticking exercise, they do add to the growing arsenal of defences at the disposal of intermediaries. The courts meanwhile, have been working to strike a balance between various fundamental rights affecting individuals and intermediaries, such as the right to privacy and the right to freedom of expression…
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