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As the UK moves ever closer to Brexit, our Cybersecurity team looks at its potential impact on the regulatory compliance of Digital Service Providers.
For many years Bird & Bird has been providing first-rate legal advice to renowned electronic commerce players as they drive forward the global digital revolution.
Our team of subject matter experts take a look at the latest updates on the UK government's planned IoT cybersecurity legislation, which aims to make consumer IoT devices, such as smart watches, safer.
The fourth edition of InnovatingNL recently took place at Spaces Rode Olifant with a theme of Law & new technology from a practical and ethical point of view.
The long-awaited finalised revision of National Standards on Information Security Technology – Personal Information Security Specification GB/T 35273-2020 (the “PI Specification”) was officially published on 6 March ...
This article aims to highlight some of the key legal issues, innovations and updates related to the technology sector that have arisen since the outbreak of Covid-19 with a focus on the Middle East and, in particular, ...
On 31 May 2020, the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) announced that a new SG Digital Office (SDO) will be formed to mobilise a whole-of-nation movement to accelerate Singapore's efforts to digitalise all ...
In a recent decision, the High Court of Australia has limited the circumstances in which a claim for quantum meruit may be made, and also capped the dollar amount of quantum meruit recoveries.
On November 6th, 2020, the German Federal Ministry for Economics and Technology published the first draft of a law to modernise telecommunications law ("TKMoG") for consultation of the German Länder and stakeholder ...
What do you need to do differently when drafting IT contracts given the unprecedented action from governments around the world to combat COVID-19?