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The European Parliament has published a revised form of a report that proposed changes to copyright law in the EU.
Ensure the principle of ‘privacy by design’ is enshrined in everyday business procedures.
The new offence of cyber crime that causes material damage to human welfare or national security is punishable by life.
Google has already paid out millions in the US and agreed to pay millions more, but the UK case will be vigorously defended.
Last month Microsoft adopted the first international cloud privacy standard. Could this lead to greater confidence in data security and privacy in cloud computing?
Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co’s privacy experts examine the findings of a new report on cookie usage, explain what it might mean for websites in the future and provide their top 10 cookie tips.
As the DPR awaits European Council approval, how is the Council’s vision for the new rules developing?
Competition and Markets Authority issues a call for information on the commercial use of consumer data
As part of a project to understand how firms collect and use consumer data, the CMA issued a call for information on 27 January 2015 on the commercial use of consumer data.
CJEU rules when the owner of a database is free, subject to national law, to adopt contractual terms and conditions governing its use.
The claimant, IPC Media, is the publisher of the Ideal Home magazine. The defendant, Media 10, runs the Ideal Home Show.
People have responded to the technological revolution by working longer hours and refusing to leave the office behind even when they can be prised from the desk.
Within a week of his judgment in Cartier v Sky, Arnold J has handed down his decision in another request for website blocking orders.
The decision in Cartier International & others v B Sky B Ltd & others marks the first website blocking order awarded to a brand owner.
Following testing in the US of driverless cars and the announcement in the UK that cars will be tested here from the start of next year, the debate around autonomous vehicles has intensified.
Fujitsu Services Ltd v IBM United Kingdom Ltd serves as a useful reminder of the court’s approach to implying terms into a contract and the construction of exclusion clauses.
In August, the PCI Council published guidance aimed at businesses that engage third-party service providers to store, transmit or process cardholder data on its behalf.
Having remained fairly static for about 20 years, data protection laws in Europe are on the cusp of their next major overhaul.
French decree extends the number of sectors in which foreigners cannot invest without state authorisation
On 14 May 2014, France issued a decree extending the number of sectors in which foreigners cannot invest without state authorisation.
Michael Carter looks at some of the highlight Nominet decisions relating to the abusive registration of .uk domain names in the last 12 months.
The Technology and Construction Court (TCC) has reaffirmed the approach to be taken to the construction of exclusion and limitation of liability clauses.