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High Court “Pitching In” with new guidance on the use of interim injunctions in copyright infringement case
Guidance on factors to take into account when considering whether an interim injunction should be granted in case of copyright infringement.
Age appropriate design – the ICO consults on its new code aiming to protect children online
The Information Commissioner’s Office has released its new code on age-appropriate design (the “Code”) for consultation.
Online Harms – the end of self-regulation for tech giants?
The Home Office and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) have published their long-awaited Online Harms White Paper.
Can you be more specific?
Navigating trade mark specifications following the High Court’s decision in Skykick.
Final Report on EBA Guidelines on outsourcing arrangements – help or hindrance for cloud adoption?
The European Banking Authority (EBA) issued its final report on outsourcing arrangements on 25 February 2019 (EBA/GL/2019/02).
Don’t delay in documenting your disruption: court considers IT sourcing disputes and relief notices
The Court of Session in Edinburgh recently considered a dispute between an IT contractor supplying services to the Edinburgh City Council.
The true cost of a data breach - What to consider when contracting with a data processor
It is important to consider the full potential cost of a breach when appointing a data processor.
Cryptocurrency and football: a “token” gesture, or worth the investment?
Jonathan Hyman and Nic Couchman explore how football is embracing blockchain technology and partnerships with cryptocurrencies.
Evolving technology and viewing habits lead Ofcom to review qualifying services for ‘listed events’
Ofcom published an updated list of qualifying services in relation to 'listed events'.
Network information systems regulations 2018
With one week for RDSP's to register with the ICO we consider what constitutes an RDSP and the actions they should consider to be compliant
KO for illegal streaming servers – the continuing fight against copyright infringement
A High Court case shows that sports rights holders are keen to protect the revenues that can be generated from ownership of such rights.