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The ATO has released its long-awaited public guidance on the Australian tax and GST treatment of bitcoin and other crypto-currencies.
Don’t forget the 23 September 2014 deadline to ensure your business associate agreements comply with the Omnibus Final Rule
Covered entities with business associate agreements that were entered on or before 25 January 2013 must revise their BAAs by 23 September 2014.
Life Sciences Spotlight: Chinese regulatory enforcement action showing no signs of slowing down; and more
Welcome to the fourth edition of Life Sciences Spotlight.
Dutch court rules that asking clients to share their personal banking security credentials is unlawful
AFAS must desist from offering and/or encouraging ING customers to enter their personal internet banking credentials on the AFAS website, subject to a penalty for every breach of the order.
The New York Times recently reported that an organised Russian criminal group stole approximately 1.2 billion username and password credentials.
Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence — Aereo ‘astonishes’ broadcasters with new legal strategy; and more download
Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence is the global monthly publication from DLA Piper’s sports, media and entertainment group.
The Australian Privacy Commissioner has found that a suburban Melbourne medical practice has breached the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).
This is an Australian-specific alternative chapter on data protection, which was designed to assist organisations operating in Australia with their new privacy responsibilities.
In the midst of the gale-force winds of commentary whipped up by the Google case, we should pause and ask ourselves: just how ground-breaking is this decision?
Be Global — July 2014: new gender equality reporting obligations in Australia; meaning of ‘last wage’ clarified in UAE; and more download
Be Global is DLA Piper’s snapshot of key global employment law developments designed to help you identify legal hotspots across your global operations.
Aereo has asserted in federal district court that it is entitled to a compulsory licence to carry over-the-air broadcasts under §111 of the Copyright Act.
The same day he took the reins as chief judge for the District of Delaware, Judge Leonard P Stark substantially overhauled his patent practices.
Last December, bitcoin prices plummeted by nearly half, after Chinese authorities banned all financial institutions in China from engaging in bitcoin-related business.
While the use of Bitcoin may not presently be widely accepted like cash or electronic funds transfers, it is undeniable that the market opportunities for Bitcoin are rapidly increasing.
Aereo infringes broadcasters’ copyrights, US Supreme Court rules — coming impact for streaming and cloud services?
The Supreme Court has held that Aereo infringes broadcasters’ copyrights in on-air programming when it transmits the programmes to its internet subscribers.
Supreme Court Corner — Q2 2014: Octane Fitness v Icon Health & Fitness; Limelight Networks v Akamai Techs; and more
This briefing from DLA Piper presents key intellectual property and technology cases before the US Supreme Court.
The Australian privacy commissioner has found that Cupid Media failed to take reasonable steps to secure personal information held on its websites.
Since the enactment of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, calls have arisen in certain quarters for even more reform.
The ECJ has ruled that search engines need to remove the link between search results and a web page if it contains information an individual deems should be ‘forgotten’.
Leveraging the power of celebrity to shape consumer perception in a brand’s favour has always required a careful balancing act.