Authors

Vinod Bange

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Martin Cotterill

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Angus Finnegan

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Graham Hann

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Christopher Jeffery

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Glyn Morgan

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Siân Skelton

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Debbie Heywood

Senior professional support lawyer

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Authors

Vinod Bange

Partner

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Martin Cotterill

Partner

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Angus Finnegan

Consulting partner

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Graham Hann

Partner

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Christopher Jeffery

Partner

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Glyn Morgan

Partner

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Siân Skelton

Partner

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Debbie Heywood

Senior professional support lawyer

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23 April 2018

Radar - April 2020 – 6 of 5 Insights

Radar: Technology & Communications Update - April 2018

Radar looks at a helpful Court of Appeal case on whether digitally supplied software should be classed as goods for the purposes of the Commercial Agency Regulations. We also look at a High Court judgment on the right to be forgotten and at the latest EU consumer protection proposals. Finally, there is yet more GDPR guidance – this time from the ICO on legitimate interests and carrying out Data Protection Impact Assessments.

Digitally supplied software not "goods" for purposes of Commercial Agency Regulations

The Court of Appeal overturns a High Court decision to clarify the status of digitally supplied software.

High Court 'right to be forgotten' ruling

The High Court has considered the applications of two individuals to have links to details of previous criminal convictions removed from google search results. One claim was dismissed, the other was upheld.

EU consumer protection proposals

More proposals to improve EU consumer protection have been published despite the fact that previously published draft Directives are far from reaching enactment.

ICO guidance on legitimate interests and draft guidance on DPIAs under GDPR

As the countdown to GDPR continues, guidance on how to apply it is coming thick and fast.

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Morrisons not vicariously liable for data breach of rogue employee, says Supreme Court

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Maintaining supply chains during the COVID-19 outbreak

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UK Gambling Commission focuses on safety

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Consumer protection during COVID-19

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by Debbie Heywood, Anjali Chandarana

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UK's Digital Services Tax now applies

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by Debbie Heywood

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