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Morrison & Foerster LLP
A White Paper on Artificial Intelligence (AI) from the European Commission provides insight on how governments might change product safety and liability rules to address the issues arising from AI
Kemp IT Law
In one of our earlier vlogs we discussed the right to be forgotten under the GDPR.
Mayer Brown
Almost four years on from the 2016 referendum, the United Kingdom now has a clearer picture as to what its future relationship with the EU might look like.
Kemp IT Law
On October 1st 2019 the CJEU ruled that consent to cookies cannot be properly achieved by using pre-checked tick boxes.
Fladgate LLP
The outbreak of the COVID-19 global pandemic has forced many countries into lockdown and in turn many businesses have had to turn themselves inside out and implement work from home (WFH) on a scale not seen before.
Clyde & Co
Global law firm Clyde & Co has advised Skroutz Internet Services S.A., a company which operates an e-commerce platform in Greece, on an investment by CVC Capital Partners.
Kemp IT Law
In July 2019, the UK Information Commissioner's Office spoke positively about data trusts' potential for use as a new model to enable data sharing and access to data by AI and other new technologies, ...
Mayer Brown
In January of this year, the UK Government set out plans to introduce legislation, aimed at reducing the risk of internet-connected smart devices being subjected to cyber-attacks.
Withers LLP
…anyone who has suffered the slings and arrows of outrageous media attention without then having to take arms against a sea of reputation troubles
Herbert Smith Freehills
Ofcom looks set to become the first UK internet regulator following the Government's publication of its response to the Online Harms White Paper.
Withers LLP
…anyone who has suffered the slings and arrows of outrageous media attention without then having to take arms against a sea of reputation troubles, and by opposing end them.
Kemp IT Law
I never would have thought that in 2019 a change of software could send a whole company skidding off the road." So said Liqui Moly's CEO earlier this year when discussing the impact of new software on its business.
Cooley LLP
The UK government recently published an interim update on its consultation on proposed legislation to tackle online harms.
Hogan Lovells
By 2025 there could be 75 billion connected devices globally with most having a payments function, such as your fridge knowing you need more milk and buying it for you to your car paying
DAC Beachcroft LLP
In this first week of February, with the Rubicon now crossed, we will have to face the concerns about lower yields, drops in land values and increases in supply chain costs.
Kemp IT Law
From April 2020, businesses that rely on contractors will face significant challenges because of changes to tax law.
Many assets create vast amounts of useful data simply by operating. Harnessing and utilising this data could benefit businesses ranging from asset-producers through to end-users.
BCL Solicitors LLP
BCL partners Michael Drury and Julian Hayes write for the times on potential regulations proposed by the government on platform providers to prevent online harms such as disinformation
Kemp IT Law
This piece looks ahead to what we might expect as IT law developments in 2020.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has rocked global industry and financial markets since it began.
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