Intellectual Property and Technology News (EMEA): Issue 3 — Q2 2013

The latest edition of DLA Piper’s Intellectual Property and Technology News (EMEA) is now available. This newsletter provides a cross-section of issues in the fields of intellectual property, technology and media.

Topics covered

  • IPT insights
  • Recent trends in data protection enforcement in Spain
  • Patent claim construction: brief comparison between the Netherlands and Germany on the basis of AGA v Occlutech
  • Turkey’s e-trade is evolving
  • Marketing via social media: avoiding liability pitfalls
  • Cloud over victories for TV rights owners
  • Digital legacy. What happens when a social network user dies?
  • Broadband policy and implementation considetations in emerging markets

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