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Political agreement reached on Online Platform Regulation

14 March 2019

by Debbie Heywood

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Commercial & consumer contracts

Copyright Directive text finalised

14 March 2019

by Debbie Heywood

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Commercial & consumer contracts

Radar: Technology & Communications Update - March 2019

14 March 2019

by multiple authors

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Commercial & consumer contracts

Measures to protect children from online gambling harm

14 March 2019

by Debbie Heywood

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Robo ART! - 'originality' under pressure

To what extent are the UK and EU originality tests different?

13 March 2019

by Timothy Pinto

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Robo ART! - Copyright originality

Whilst it is impressive that UK legislation had included provisions relating to such technically advanced works since 1988, this doesn’t mean it has all the answers.

6 March 2019

by Timothy Pinto

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Copyright & media law

Privacy: there's more to it than GDPR

4 February 2019

by multiple authors

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Interface - Privacy theres more to it than GDPR

Protecting corporate reputation after a privacy breach

A data privacy breach can quickly cause immeasurable damage to a company's reputation. It can affect a company's brand, public perception, customer trust, future communications strategies and advertising, regulatory record, bottom line, share price and even destroy a company entirely. Where the breach involves personal data about the public, the stakes are particularly high.

1 February 2019

by Michael Yates and Louise Popple

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Is an NDA still worth the paper it's written on?

Are NDAs still an effective or realistic legal tool to use when settling disputes involving unproven allegations? If they can't be enforced, what are they worth?

1 February 2019

by Michael Yates

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