Court: No Liability For Linking

Court: No Liability For Linking

B.C. Court Of Appeal Rules No Liability For Linking The B.C. Court of Appeal has issued a new ruling on the prospect of liability for linking to allegedly defamatory content. Crookes v. Newton involved Wayne Crookes, who has filed several Internet defamation suits and Jon Newton, publisher of P2Pnet.net. A divided court upheld a l ower court ruling that there was no publication in merely linking to contentB.C. Court Of Appeal Rules No Liability For Linking The B.C. Court of Appeal has issued a new ruling on the prospect of liability for linking to allegedly defamatory content. Crookes v. Newton involved Wayne Crookes, who has filed several Internet defamation suits and Jon Newton, publisher of P2Pnet.net. A divided court upheld a l ower court ruling that there was no publication in merely linking to contentB.C. Court Of Appeal Rules No Liability For Linking The B.C. Court of Appeal has issued a new ruling on the prospect of liability for linking to allegedly defamatory content. Crookes v. Newton involved Wayne Crookes, who has filed several Internet defamation suits and Jon Newton, publisher of P2Pnet.net. A divided court upheld a l ower court ruling that there was no publication in merely linking to content

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