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hiQ v. LinkedIn | Electronic Frontier Foundation
EFF, together with our friends DuckDuckGo and the Internet Archive, filed an amicus brief urging the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to reject LinkedIn’s request to transform the CFAA from a law meant to target serious computer break-ins into a tool for enforcing its computer use policies. The...
tos  termsofservice  hiq  linkedin 
10 days ago by mac
Ninth Circuit Doubles Down: Violating a Website’s Terms of Service Is Not a Crime | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Good news out of the Ninth Circuit: the federal court of appeals heeded EFF’s advice and rejected an attempt by Oracle to hold a company criminally liable for accessing Oracle’s website in a manner it didn’t like. The court ruled back in 2012 that merely violating a website’s terms of use is...
eff  tos  termsofservice  oracle 
10 days ago by mac
Lycos.com | About Lycos
Why can this company place these restrictions on users?
termsofservice  hatespeech  use 
august 2017 by francesblo
After Charlottesville, more web service providers ditch The Daily Stormer for TOS violations | TechCrunch
The Daily Stormer, a U.S. white supremacist website which self-bills as “The World’s Most Genocidal Republican Website” and includes a discussion board on “Nazi lifestyle”, currently appears to be offline.
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august 2017 by dk33per

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