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Reform of the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance - has the right balance been struck?
Over 150 years ago, the Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky wrote how the human mind can convince itself that committing a crime can be somehow justified by the ‘good’ that such actions can bring to society in general.
Cyprus became part of the European
Union on 1 May 2004. Recently, the European Union has gradually
legislated comprehensively to cover the area of electronic
Following our legal update "iPads Being Taken off Shelves in China" focusing on the "iPad" trade mark dispute between Apple Inc. ("Apple") and the Proview group in China, we have prepared this follow-up article in response to our readers' interest - we will look at the dispute brought before the Hong Kong courts and, interestingly, the different findings.
The recent riots in various parts of England earlier this month have sparked controversy on whether governments should take control and shut down social networks in times of social disorder bringing up the eternal question on how our civil liberties and government control can be balanced on the web and beyond.