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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 ...
This International Bar Association paper prepared under the leadership of Bird & Bird experts Hein Hobbelen, Francine Cunningham & Baptist Vleeshouwers, takes stock of EU Digital Single Market initiatives and ...
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 ...
In the last six months, the Hungarian Data Protection Authority (“NAIH”) has imposed a total of approx. EUR 5,000 in data protection fines for the private use of corporate email accounts, in three cases.
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.
Google's proposed acquisition of Fitbit provides an opportunity to test the fitness of the competition regime and reflect upon the ongoing global scrutiny of Big Tech.