MLRC Bulletin 2018 Issue 3
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 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, 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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