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Facebook has lost its appeal in a landmark online speech case, as Austria’s Supreme Court determined that it must remove comments that are defamatory in Austria worldwide. The comments, which must be blocked while an injunction is active, insult Austrian Green Party politician Eva Glawischnig-Piesczek. Austrian news outlet Der Standard reported the news earlier today. It echoes a similar ruling from the European Court of Justice, which handed a defeat to Facebook late last year. Glawischnig-Piesczek originally sued Facebook in 2016, arguing that a series of insults — including calling

A courtroom dominated the day prior to this that Mashable can embed a qualified photographer’s picture without breaking copyright legislation, thanks to Instagram’s phrases of carrier. The New York district courtroom made up our minds that Stephanie Sinclair presented a “valid sublicense” to make use of the photograph when she posted it publicly on Instagram. The case stems from a 2016 Mashable publish on female photographers, which included Sinclair and embedded an image from her Instagram feed. Mashable had previously failed to license the picture instantly, and Sinclair sued figure

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