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Radar - December 2019 – 1 / 8 观点

Radar - December 2019

Radar brings you its annual roundup of the year's major UK and EU legal developments in commercial tech and data, including developments in consumer protection law and games. The eagle-eyed may spot a 'Brexit gap'. For a summary of the year in Brexit and what to expect in 2020, as well as for our tech and media predictions, see Download.

Tech

  • Online harms
  • Drones
  • AEVs
  • Social media influencing
  • Adtech
  • Content

Data, cyber and privacy

  • New UK legislation
  • Data transfers
  • Brexit
  • Guidance, opinions and consultations
  • Interesting cases
  • Enforcement
  • Cybersecurity
  • ePrivacy
  • Surveillance and facial recognition technology
  • Adtech
  • AI
  • Online harms and data ethics

Consumer

  • Digital Content and Services Directive and Goods Directive
  • The Omnibus Directive – GDPR-style fines for non-compliance
  • Product Safety Regulation
  • CJEU case on returning defective goods

Games and eGaming

  • New rules on age verification procedures for online gambling operators
  • Additional CAP guidance on gambling ads and children
  • ASA rulings on age-restricted and other gambling ads
  • CMA investigation into auto-renewals by online gaming companies
  • Commission statement of objections to games publishers re geo-blocking
  • Gambling Commission framework measuring gambling-related harms for children and young people
  • Gambling Commission does not oversee purchase of in-game content and loot boxes
  • Gambling Commission consultation on gambling with credit cards
  • DCMS Committee report on immersive and addictive gaming technologies
  • Purchasers of games through Valve Steam can resell them, according to French court

Communications

  • BEREC guidelines on intra-EU communications
  • Ofcom guidance on assessing ISP compliance with net neutrality rules
  • CJEU rulings on what constitutes an "Electronic Communications Service"
  • DCMS consultation on European Electronic Communications Code

Digital Single Market

  • P2B Regulation
  • Copyright Directive

Other developments

  • Modern Slavery
  • Executive pay disclosure rules
  • EBA outsourcing guidelines for financial institutions
  • Digital Services Taxes
  • Law Commission report on electronic execution

 

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