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Legal systems around the world have been struggling to address the challenges presented by rapid technological change and the disruption caused by COVID-19. In England, however, the flexibility of the common law and the ...
Software licensing disputes are on the increase, a trend driven by customers implementing new technologies without examining how this affects pre-existing agreements.
This Court of Appeal decision has provided some clarity on how courts will approach the award of liquidated damages for delay when a contractor does not eventually complete its work.
Technology and data may empower whole business. On the flip side, they can generate risks. As data use proliferates, all companies face the risk of data breaches. With increased enforcement action and more decisions in ...
In an unusual decision last week, the High Court granted an interim injunction requiring the defendant computer retail store to continue promoting the claimant's security software (in accordance with the contract ...
The ACCC's Final Report in the Digital Platforms Inquiry recommends that digital platforms with more than one million monthly active users in Australia should implement an industry code of conduct to govern the handling ...
The ACCC has recommended that a mandatory industry code be implemented to govern the take-down process of digital platforms operating in Australia. This is to more efficiently facilitate rightsholders' requests for the ...
Victoria Hobbs and Theo-Rees Bidder explore the UK Government's changes to a consumer's online dispute resolution rights in light of Brexit.
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