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Lycra

™ a type of synthetic elastic fabric and fibre used for tight-fitting garments, such as swimming costumes
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(5.) Interestingly, the same year that the LICRA trial was taking place, Paul Krugman wrote a New York Times article in which he expressed concern over the effects the Internet might have on copyright and tax laws: [Internet] technology is erasing boundaries--the boundaries that we use to define intellectual property, the boundaries that we use to define tax jurisdictions.
The California court accepted jurisdiction and decided that "the First Amendment precludes enforcement within the United States." (68) The defendants, LICRA and UEJF, appealed.
Este apartado pretende dar cuenta, de manera sucinta, pero completa, del proceso que tuvo como participes tanto a la empresa estadounidense de servicios en linea Yahoo!, como a la asociacion francesa denominada LICRA, aunque, dicho sea de paso, esta ultima no estuvo sola, pues se le anexaron dos mas: la UEJF (Union des Etudiants Juifs de France) y el MRAP (Mouvement contre le Racisme et pour l'Amitie des Peuples).
jurisfr/cti/yauctions2000522.htm; see also UEJF & LICRA v.
From a business ethics perspective, see Mark Hunter, Marc Le Menestrel, & Henri-Claude de Bettignies, Ethical Crisis on the Internet: The Case of Licra vs.
at 1127 (reversing the district court's ruling because the French authorities "LICRA and UEJF took action to enforce their legal rights under French law.
Murphy, International Law and the Internet: An Ill-Suited Match: Case Note on UEJF & LICRA v.
The Jewish community was also supported by international and interfaith leagues--La LICRA (an international league against racism and antisemitism) and the Amities Judeo-Chretiennes, including lawyers from those organizations and by national political figures.