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Judge's Instagram ruling a 'practical solution' to problems of online anonymity, says expert

A judge's decision to allow a man experiencing alleged harassment over the internet to serve legal claims to the person accused of the activity via Instagram "appears to be a practical solution" to the issue of online anonymity, an expert has said. 26 Jun 2015

English courts will not generally interfere with court proceedings in Brussels Regulation member states, expert says

A recent High Court decision shows that courts in England will not usually interfere with litigation taking place in other countries that are signatories to the Brussels Regulation, an expert has said. 27 Mar 2014

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Regulators need not guarantee third party losses when freezing assets, Supreme Court confirms

Bodies acting under a "public law duty" do not need to cover losses incurred by third parties when they 'freeze' the assets of a company under investigation, the Supreme Court has confirmed. 28 Feb 2013

Search engines should face legal requirement to censor privacy-invasive material unless they act voluntarily, MPs say

New legislation should be introduced to force search engines to delete privacy-invasive material from search indexes if the companies do not take action voluntarily, a committee of MPs has said. 27 Mar 2012