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EU opens debate on whether KYC obligations can address problems with identifying IP infringers

A debate into whether internet service providers (ISPs) should be able to deliver content over their networks to anonymous internet users has been launched in the EU. 19 Sep 2014

Extending passwords best defence against password-cracking tools, report says

Longer passwords are harder to decode than those which are shorter but more complex in nature, according to a new study. 18 Aug 2014

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ICO reiterates call for lowering of threshold for serving fines over unsolicited marketing activity

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has repeated its call for changes to the law to be made to make it easier for it to punish companies that engage in unsolicited marketing activity. 14 Aug 2014

English court would not stay "unsustainable" claim to allow it to be tried by a foreign court

English courts would not 'stay' legal proceedings involving foreign parties to enable those proceedings to be brought in a court in another country in circumstances where those proceedings are unsustainable, the Court of Appeal has ruled. 07 Aug 2014

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