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March 2019

MLRC Bulletin 2018 Issue 3

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Forum Non Conveniens and Choice of Law in Internet Defamation

By Harry Melkonian* In Haaretz.com v Goldhar, 2018 SCC 28, 423 D.L.R.(4th) 419 (June 6, 2018), in a 6-3 divided judgment, the Supreme Court of Canada, relying on forum non conveniens and choice of law, reversed the decision of the Ontario Court of Appeal[1] thereby granting the appeal and staying further prosecution of the matter….

“Re-Decentralizing” the Internet: Code, Cyphers, Bitcoin & Media Experiments in Blockchain

By Naomi Sosner* The modern Internet is somewhere around twenty-five years old,[1] but less than three decades has been time enough for explosive evolution. There is propulsion as new technology is seized and transformed by commerce, and a field of many competitors is thinned toward consolidation by the few survivors. The aughts saw the rise…

MLRC Bulletin: Articles on New Developments

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