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Aven v Orbis… for anyone who’s finished Netflix and turned their attention instead to watching the High Court’s Media & Communications List like a hawk, this case may already be familiar to you
On 2 September 2020, the ICO’s Age Appropriate Design Code, also referred to as the Children’s Code (the “Code”) came into force. This set the clock ticking on a 12-month transition period for organisations offering ...
On 22nd January 2020, the UK Information Commissioner published her Age Appropriate Design Code. The code applies to organisations in the UK. It also applies on a worldwide basis to organisations that monitor kids in ...
On 12 March 2018, the European Commission published a Notice to Stakeholders clarifying the rules that will apply post Brexit in the field of security of network and information systems.
The Final Report recommends significant changes to Australia's privacy laws, which if implemented would be the first major overhaul of the privacy laws since the introduction of the Australian Privacy Principles. The ...
The recent judgment by the English Court of Appeal in Lloyd v Google LLC  EWCA Civ 1599, a large-scale data breach claim, provides helpful insight into the operation of CPR 19.6.
The well-known (and somewhat over simplistic) paradox that data protection laws aim to keep personal data contained whilst competition law wants personal data to be more freely available is the premise behind the two UK ...
It has recently been reported in the press that footballer Paul Pogba has filed an EU trade mark application seeking coverage for his iconic ‘dab’ celebration.
You can listen to the clip here.
This article explores whether competition law can give companies a right of access to another company’s data. Three short case studies illustrate how the described principles work in practice.