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Blockchain And Smart Contracts: Italy First To Recognize An Overarching Legal Foundation
The Situation: After joining the Blockchain Partnership and setting up a task force dedicated to digital innovation
19 Feb 2019
EDPS Issues Opinion On EU Proposal Amending Directive 2017/1132 Regarding Use Of Digital Tools And Processes
On July 26, the EDPS issued an opinion, in response to a consultation by the European Commission, regarding its proposal on the use of digital tools and processes in company law.
European Union
5 Nov 2018
Canadian Federal Government Unveils New Cyber Security Strategy
In June, the Canadian federal government issued a new National Cyber Security Strategy.
30 Oct 2018
Muddy Road Ahead Part II: Liability Legislation For Autonomous Vehicles In The United Kingdom
The Situation: The United Kingdom is positioning itself as the "go to" location to develop, test, and drive automated vehicles ...
25 Sep 2018
Act on Special Measures for Productivity Improvement and Amendment to Industrial Competitiveness Enhancement Act Enacted
On May 16, 2018, the Act on Special Measures for Productivity Improvement and an Amendment to the Industrial Competitiveness Enhancement Act were enacted.
10 Aug 2018
GenomeTrakr Helps FDA Pinpoint Source Of Foodborne Outbreaks
This month, FDA unveiled new technology the agency is using to trace bacterial pathogens back to their sources faster and more precisely than traditional testing methods.
United States
19 Feb 2015
Conference Of Data Protection Commissioners Publishes Resolution On Connected Cars
In October, the Conference of the Data Protection Commissioners issued a resolution on the combination of data gathered by car technologies and their disclosure to interested parties, including car insurances or employers.
United States
29 Jan 2015
Article 29 Working Party Issues Opinion On "Internet Of Things"
The Article 29 Working Party adopted an opinion on recent developments on the "internet of things," in which it specifically investigates three areas: wearable computing, quantified self, and home automation-related devices.
European Union
21 Jan 2015
Federal Government Calls for More Intensive Regulation of Online Behavioral Advertising
Recently, the Federal Trade Commission (among others) has suggested a need for more intensive regulation of online behavioral advertising.
United States
12 Jan 2011
New York Appellate Court Finds Sale Of Search Engine Keywords Constitutes Trademark Use
A recent decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit should be of interest to any party purchasing or selling registered trademarks as search engine keywords, or those considering doing so.
United States
24 Apr 2009
E-Discovery - Related Changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure
For years now, attorneys, business people, and courts alike have struggled with the electronic data revolution. As a result of fundamental changes in the way companies do business, such as the generation of millions of pages of e-mail on a daily basis, as well as the migration of standard business record-keeping to "paperless environments," companies have tried to reconcile traditional notions of record retention and production obligations with the task of retaining and locating all of the ephem
United States
4 Aug 2006
The Supreme Courtís Decision in eBay: What Does It Mean for Injunctions in Patent Cases?
Certainly, eBay v. MercExchange, which was decided on May 15, was one of the most ballyhooed patent cases to go before the U.S. Supreme Court, if one were to measure "ballyhoo" based solely on the amount of press coverage. But was the Courtís decision really all that big a deal?
United States
13 Jun 2006
Who Is an Internet Applicant? Final Rule on Recordkeeping for Government Contractors Provides Some Guidance
On February 6, 2006, the final rule of the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs ("OFCCP") defining "Internet applicant" took effect.
United States
23 Mar 2006
Court Strikes Down National Security Letter Statute
Telephone companies and internet service providers may have a means to resist unreasonable demands for subscriber information under so-called National Security Letters ("NSLs").
United States
13 Oct 2004
A New Weapon in The Fight Against Spam
The legal landscape of electronic advertising is changing with amazing speed. Up until now, businesses faced with a growing tidal wave of unsolicited email or "spam" have seemingly had little legal recourse, and the parties responsible for the spam have not been subject to the serious threat of civil liability.
United States
8 Oct 2004
Proposed Amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure to Address Electronic Documents and Discovery and Other E-Discovery Developments in 2004
Over the past several years, the Discovery Subcommittee of the Advisory Committee on Civil Rules of the U.S. Judicial Conference has been studying the impact of "electronic discovery" on litigation, as well as the adequacy of the current rules to handle disputes arising in the era of digital communications and documents
United States
1 Oct 2004
4th Circuit Adopts Hypothetical Approach to Assumption of Executory Contracts
In the April 2003 edition of the Business Restructuring Review (vol. 2, no. 4), we reviewed a decision handed down by a Maryland district court interpreting a provision in the Bankruptcy Code that deals with restrictions on the ability of a bankruptcy trustee or chapter 11 debtor-in-possession ("DIP") to assume and/or assign certain kinds of unexpired contracts.
United States
30 Sep 2004
Drafting Electronic Software Licenses to Prevent Reverse Engineering
As in-house counsel for XYZ software company, you have been tasked with protecting your clientís most precious asset ó its software code.
United States
15 Mar 2004
The Federal CAN-SPAM Act -- New Requirements for Commercial E-Mail
After six years of debate, Congress finally passed "anti-spam" legislation in December 2003.
United States
26 Feb 2004
Technology Commentaries: California First State To Require Online Privacy Policies
In 2003, California enacted groundbreaking consumer rights legislation in the areas of database security, sharing of personal financial information, spam, and the use of personal information in direct marketing.
United States
7 Jan 2004
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