Top 10 Information Technology and Telecoms Headlines from Europe
This article quotes a report by Cast which found that the average large application requires extra investment of £2.23m to fix problems that become apparent once it goes live and if the problem is not fixed, companies risk even greater damage.
Today, 5 June 2012, the new rules on cookies have entered into force.
On 25 January 2012, the European Commission (the "Commission") adopted a legislative proposal for a reform of the EU data protection regulatory framework.
As social media grows and becomes more influential in every day life, companies are tapping into the increased exposure this can give their products and/or brand.
In today's society, it is the rare attorney who puts in a long day at the office and goes home, leaving all further work to be resumed the next morning.
Any lawyer in the technology sector is likely to have scratched their head at some point on whether or not "special damages" are something they should be worried about.
On 25 January 2012 the Commission’s official proposal for the reform of the European Data Protection Directive 95/46/EU was presented.
The exponential growth of social media in recent years has changed the way employees network and share data, with positive and negative implications for the employer/employee relationship.
The German State of Schleswig-Holstein has enacted a new Gambling Act ("Glücksspielgesetz"), which makes it legal for gambling service providers with the appropriate license to offer online gambling to individuals in Schleswig-Holstein from March 1, 2012 onwards.