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How Google Works

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on July 29, 2010

How Google Works.

Infographic by the Pay Per Click Blog

Patient Privacy [2]

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on February 19, 2010
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Patient Privacy[1]

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on February 19, 2010
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More on FOSI: Children in Web 3.0

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on February 12, 2010

On 3rd of December I did a post on Larry Magid and the FOSI conference. I want to begin a series of posts, documenting the summaries provided by FOSI of the various panels. So here goes.

Video of Spyware

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on February 9, 2010

US games company sues British blogger for defamation in Australia

Posted in Defamation, Uncategorized by coda on December 16, 2009

The Guardian has a report:

In an internet defamation case that lawyers say could set an “extraordinary precedent”, an American games company is suing a British blogger in the Australian courts.

Evony, an online games company registered in the US state of Delaware, is suing Coventry-based blogger Bruce Everiss for libel over a series of allegations made on his website. In a bizarre twist, however, Evony has decided not to pursue its case in Britain or America, but 10,000 miles away.

Also, see what Bruce Everiss has to say here.

  • Bruce EverissI’m Bruce Everiss, a veteran games industry marketer. Find out more.

Reports on this suit can be found here and here.

Karim v Newsquest Media Group Ltd [2009] EWHC 3205 (QB) (27 October 2009)

Physicians and Web 2 0 from Manhattan Research

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on December 16, 2009
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The New Information Ecology

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on December 16, 2009
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How to survive in the new media ecology

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on December 16, 2009
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Copyright Law Exceptions for the Digital Age

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on December 15, 2009

Many will recall the publication of the Gower’s Recommendations on exceptions to the copyright legislation.

There is now a move to build on these recommendations by engaging in a public consultation aimed at redressing the balance between users expectations and right holder’s interests. An interesting development, given the recent BBC report of law firms targeting illegal file sharers.
See here.

Consultation document can be found here.

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