Innovate or die. Publishers are experiencing this more than ever. After digitization forced declining revenues, many came back fighting with new business models. While social media platforms opened up the door to huge audiences, they are likewise formidable competitors in the advertising market. Now the klaxon call starts again as targeted advertising and other forms of artificial intelligence threaten to rewrite the rules of publishing. Add to this a rapidly changing regulatory environment, growing concerns around content liability and privacy compliance and you have an industry that can't afford to sit still.
Bryony Hurst and Theo Rees-Bidder from our Dispute Resolution team look back at this summer’s judgment on the novel data protection claims used by three claimants as a method of protecting their reputations.
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