Technology and Sourcing News — July 2013

The July 2013 issue of DLA Piper’s Technology and Sourcing News (UK) publication is available now. This regular e-newsletter rounds up breaking news and key developments in technology and sourcing globally.

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Contents

  • DLA Piper advises HSBC on its recent global services contract
  • DLA Piper advises on landmark Step Change contract
  • DLA Piper advises BTG Pactual on the Globenet submarine cable network acquisition
  • Fantec case: critical lessons for FOSS compliance
  • EU approves tougher sentences to fight cyber crime
  • EMOTA survey reveals impact of new EU DP and privacy laws for online businesses
  • Legal-proofing summer festivals — an event in itself
  • Cyber security: the new frontier for lawyers

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