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Google Encrypts Its Network to Counteract NSA Surveillance
By Jennifer Garnett – Edited by Abhilasha Nautiyal

Earlier this month, Mike Hearn of Google’s Security Department posted online that Google has successfully encrypted the data traffic between its servers. This undoes the National Security Agency’s (“NSA”) work in creating the surveillance program “MUSCULAR,” which taps into the connections between Google and Yahoo’s private data centers.

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European Court Finds Liability for Defamatory Comments by Anonymous Users
By Jennifer Garnett – Edited by Elise Young

Delfi AS v. Estonia

The European Court of Human Rights  (“ECHR”) upheld that Delfi, an online news portal, was liable for defamatory user comments.  The ECHR affirmed that Delfi could be liable as a “publisher” and the Estonian courts’ decisions were “justified and proportionate” restrictions under the European Convention on Human Rights. It noted that Delfi must “exercise a degree of caution” in monitoring comments on predictably controversial articles.

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Posted On Oct - 19 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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