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Facebook's Libra Cryptocurrency - Key Aims And The Future Regulatory Landscape
With Facebook announcing Libra-a new global cryptocurrency and payments system-and its governing body, the Libra Association, uncertainty has arisen over its place in the global economic landscape
UK
30 Sep 2019
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Social Media Use By Healthcare Professionals In The UAE
The Dubai Health Authority has issued Guidelines for Medical Advertisement Content on Social Media. The Guidelines provide for organisational accountability
UK
27 Sep 2019
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Sportslaw Podcast: Rugby World Cup And Players' Social Media
Media, Sport and Entertainment Sector Co-chair Nick Fitzpatrick and associate Alasdair Muller speak to RFU Legal and Governance Director Angus Bujalski and RFU Legal Counsel Stuart Tennant
UK
23 Sep 2019
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The Regulators Have Made It Clear: You Need To Update Your Website Cookies Pop-Ups And Policies
As previously discussed, after admitting the unlawful use of cookies on its own website, on 3 July 2019 the UK Information Commissioner's Office (‘ICO') ...
UK
19 Sep 2019
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Is #Ad No Longer Enough?
The Advertising Standards Authority ("ASA") recently published a report entitled 'The Labelling of influencer advertising'.
UK
12 Sep 2019
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Copyright And Photography
In honour of World Photography Day, we consider how copyright affects photography and look at some famous copyright disputes.
UK
23 Aug 2019
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Was An Employer Vicariously Liable For Workplace Harassment Via Social Media?
Employers can be vicariously liable for the actions of employees under the Equality Act 2010 ('EqA'10'). The issue of vicarious liability for losses caused by the wrongdoing
UK
22 Aug 2019
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LinkedIn: Three Ways To Thrive In The Era Of The New Algorithm
Principally, the changes were made to provide more exposure to content created by smaller firms.
UK
16 Aug 2019
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You Could Be A Celebrity Without Knowing It If You Have 30,000 Followers On Social Media
In a landmark decision, the Advertising Standards Authority in the UK recently ruled that, for the purposes of the CAP Code at least, a social media user may be considered a celebrity where they have 30,000 followers or more.
UK
16 Aug 2019
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Regulators Give Evidence On IT And Systems Failures
Representatives of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) and the Bank of England recently gave evidence to the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee in relation to IT failures in...
UK
13 Aug 2019
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Harassment: Are Employers Liable For Employees' Offensive Facebook Posts?
Mr Forbes worked at London Heathrow Airport. One of his colleagues, Ms Stevens, posted an image of a golliwog on her private Facebook page with the caption "Let's see how far he can travel
UK
9 Aug 2019
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Wake-Up Call: Ways Of Working With Influencers
Your restaurant or hotel's marketing team wants to use social media influencers. You've read news stories about brands being called out for not working correctly with influencers and you want to make sure your brand is protected.
UK
8 Aug 2019
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A World Without Likes
Last week Instagram announced that it has increased the remit of its trial involving hiding the number of "likes" on posts.
UK
6 Aug 2019
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Not All In A Day's Work. Facebook Post Not "In The Course Of Employment"
An employer is only vicariously liable for acts of employees if those acts are done "in the course of employment". In LHR Airport Ltd v Forbes the EAT considered whether a Facebook
UK
23 Jul 2019
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Where Capacity Assessments Conflict – Untying The Gordian Knot
Earlier this year this blog analysed the case of Re B: (Capacity: Social Media: Care and Contact) [2019] EWCOP3 in relation to social media. Those who read the judgement will have noticed that
UK
19 Jul 2019
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The Chair Of The US Federal Reserve Has Warned That Facebook's Proposed Digital Currency Should Not Be Introduced Until A Number Of Major Issues Have Been Resolved
Syedur Rahman, of business crime solicitors Rahman Ravelli, argues that nobody should be surprised by this stance.
UK
17 Jul 2019
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Another Surprising AI Application: Virtual Influencers
Have you ever heard of Miquela Sousa, Sophia the Robot or Shuda?
UK
10 Jul 2019
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Are Our Words Interpreted Differently By Social Media Users? UK Supreme Court Issues Judgment
On 3 April 2019, the UK Supreme Court held that comments made by a wife in a Facebook post that her former husband ...
UK
3 Jul 2019
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60% Of British Adults And 80% Of Young Teenagers Suffered Harm Online In The Last 12 Months – The UK Debate About The Need To Regulate The Internet Continues Apace
Britain's data protection and broadcasting regulators, the Information Commissioner's Office and Ofcom, have published a joint Report looking into internet users' concerns about online harms.
UK
3 Jul 2019
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