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This article outlines the extent of EU sanctions targeted against Russia, Crimea and Sevastapol and provides some general guidance to TMT companies doing business in Russia.
The guidelines give EU businesses more certainty around what cloud service providers and cloud services consumers are responsible for when entering into contractual agreements.
The recent case of Fujitsu Services Ltd v IBM United Kingdom Ltd is about one party’s efforts to defeat a clearly worded exclusion clause.
The FCA has published a document setting out a number of considerations for firms who are thinking of using third-party technology or off-the-shelf banking solutions.
The High Court has found numerous Newzbin defendants liable for copyright infringement and conspiracy to injure by unlawful means.
The chairman of the FCC has suggested that the private sector should take responsibility and accountability for managing cyber threats and risks.
London Technology Week showcases London’s role as the digital capital of Europe and allows the industry’s top professionals to share ideas.
Germany: Federal Cartel Office and courts make Adidas, ASICS and Casio drop ban on online marketplaces
Renowned brands Adidas, ASICS and Casio must allow their approved resellers to use internet auction sites and online marketplaces to resell their goods.
On 8 April 2014, the European Court of Justice in the Digital Rights Ireland case declared the Data Retention Directive 2006/24/EC invalid...
The new TTBE, adopted following a lengthy consultation process, does not represent a significant departure from the previous approach to technology licensing.
Ofcom is seeking to establish whether end user repeaters/enhancers have the necessary characteristics to provide enhanced coverage solutions without causing interference.
This follows whistleblower Edward Snowden’s revelations regarding the US National Security Agency’s mass surveillance activities.
On 5 June 2014, the government launched its Cyber Essentials scheme, which sets out requirements for basic technical protection from cyber attacks.
Research indicates significant growth in London’s tech sector over the next decade. If the forecasts are to be believed, they are certainly to be welcomed.
A search engine operator never forgets... unless you ask it to — the practical challenges of the CJEU Google case decision
Regulators deliberate as search engine operators work to assemble and implement compliant practices in the wake of the CJEU’s decision in the Google case.
G-Cloud sales have reached £154m as public sector departments buy on-demand services through the government’s online marketplace.
On 21 March 2014, the European Commission adopted a revised technology transfer block exemption, which applies to bilateral licences of technology rights.
A series of recent cases may oblige TMT employers to include average overtime, commission/bonuses and allowances when calculating holiday pay.
The European Commission has adopted a proposal for a directive on the protection of trade secrets.
Freedom of information and the private sector — the next chapter in transparency by the coalition government
Private businesses working with the public sector must be increasingly prepared for the growing impact of FOI on those relationships.