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Important CJEU ruling could mean copyright protection is available for all original designs

Cofemel – Sociedade de Vesuario SA v G-Star Raw CV – C-683/17

9 January 2020

by Adam Rendle and Louise Popple

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Radar - December 2019

9 December 2019

by multiple authors

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Download - Predictions 2020

2 December 2019

by multiple authors

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Reputation management & privacy protection

Protecting your corporate reputation

28 November 2019

by multiple authors

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Consumer & retail

New minimum quotas for the promotion of domestic products in Slovakia

8 November 2019

by Ján Lazur, LL.M. and Zoltán Nagy

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Reputation management & privacy protection

Fake news and how to spot it

9 October 2019

by Michael Yates

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Interface - Regulating the internet

All change? The impact of the revised Payment Services Directive on platforms

PSD2 seeks to improve the existing EU rules for electronic payments taking into account innovations in payment services, such as internet and mobile payments.

1 October 2019

by Charlotte Hill and Daniel Hirschfield

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Online harms: the regulation of internet content

From cyberbullying to terrorist attacks, the role of the internet is coming under increasing scrutiny with a number of initiatives at national and supra-national level to assess and mitigate the risks.

1 October 2019

by Mark Owen and Louise Popple

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The changing role of internet intermediaries

Article 17 of the new Copyright Directive has been accused of censoring freedom of expression and "breaking the internet" by making platforms caught by the article directly liable for infringing content uploaded by users.

1 October 2019

by Adam Rendle and Xuyang Zhu

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