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CJEU Rules On Copyright Protection In The Online Environment
Recently the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued an important ruling for copyright holders, providers of online platforms and intermediaries dealing with copyright protection...
European Union
24 Jul 2017
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Software Licensees Should Review Software Licences To Address Risks Of Indirect Use
Recently a UK court ruled in favour of the software licensor SAP against Diageo in a case concerning Diageo's indirect use of SAP software.
Netherlands
23 Mar 2017
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Online Sales Restrictions: The Commission Puts Its Money Where Its Mouth Is
The effects-based approach towards vertical restraints, as applied by the Dutch competition authority, is seemingly losing ground.
Netherlands
27 Feb 2017
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Proposed EU ePrivacy Regulation: Major Changes Ahead For Conducting Business Online
On 10 January 2017 the European Commission published a proposal for a new EU ePrivacy Regulation. The current ePrivacy Directive regulates technologies that enable online advertising...
European Union
19 Jan 2017
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ECJ: Hyperlinks To Unauthorised Content May Infringe Copyright
The European Court of Justice has clarified that the posting of a hyperlink to unauthorised content protected by copyright and hosted by a third party may result in copyright infringement.
European Union
15 Sep 2016
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European Parliament Adopts EU Cybersecurity Directive: Beware Of Early Implementation
The European Parliament approved the final text of the EU Network and Information Security Directive on 6 July 2016. This marks the final stage of a three-year legislative process on the first EU-wide rules on cybersecurity.
European Union
20 Jul 2016
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Shopping Around For Ban On Sales Via Internet Platforms Makes EU Approach Welcome
Lately, the answer to whether competition rules apply to the banning of selling products via third-party online market places seems to depend on who you ask.
European Union
19 Jul 2016
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New Cybersecurity Obligations On The Way For Essential Service Providers
After nearly three years of intensive negotiations, the first comprehensive cybersecurity legislation in the EU is nearing its final adoption.
Netherlands
22 Jun 2016
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You've Been Disconnected: The Commission Blocks British Telecom Merger
The European Commission has earlier cleared several 4-to-3 mergers in the mobile telecommunications sector.
UK
21 Jun 2016
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Wanne Pemmelaar: Raise Awareness Of Breach-reporting Obligations Within Your Organisation
In Thomson Reuters' article, senior associate Wanne Pemmelaar discusses the new cyber security and data breach notification rules that apply in the Netherlands as of 1 January 2016.
Netherlands
28 Apr 2016
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Double-Check Your Online Sales Contracts: Initial Results On Geo-Blocking Published
Companies should brace themselves for the extra attention that their agreements with online distributors, in particular, are likely to get.
Netherlands
18 Apr 2016
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New Dutch Cyber Security Bill Requires Vital Sector Operators To Disclose ICT Incidents
After three years of preparation and two public consultation rounds, the first ever cyber security bill was submitted to the Dutch parliament in January 2016.
Netherlands
22 Feb 2016
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China Introduces Wide-Ranging Anti-Terrorism Law
New anti-terrorism legislation became effective on 1 January 2016, underlining China's focus on information and network security and potentially having a significant impact on technology companies...
China
18 Feb 2016
14
Anonymous Sellers Of Illegal E-Books More Easily Unmasked
If an anonymous trader sells illegal e-books online, the internet service provider may be ordered to reveal the infringer's identity.
Netherlands
18 Nov 2015
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Multinationals Beware: New Russian Data Localisation Law Already Being Enforced
Russia's new law requiring the local storage of personal data of Russian citizens in databases on Russian territory came into force on 1 September 2015.
Russian Federation
15 Sep 2015
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China Adopts New National Security Law And Prepares Legislation On Cyber Security
China's top legislative body adopted a new National Security Law on 1 July 2015. Under this law, foreign investments will be subject to a national security review.
China
14 Sep 2015
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Switzerland And United States Investigate FIFA
Swiss authorities recently arrested seven FIFA officials in Zurich and seized over nine terabytes of data at the FIFA head-office.
Worldwide
10 Jul 2015
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Survey Of Cookie Laws In Europe Updated
De Brauw and other law firms across Europe have contributed to an updated survey by Bristows that outlines how the European cookie laws have been implemented in each member state.
European Union
12 Jun 2015
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Let's Get Digital: Prepare For Extreme Scrutiny Of Online Vertical Restraints
Companies should brace themselves for the extra attention their agreements with – particularly online – distributors are soon likely to get.
European Union
12 May 2015
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Court Suspends Dutch Telecom Data Retention Act
Dutch telecom and internet providers are no longer required to retain the telephone and internet traffic data of their customers.
Netherlands
20 Apr 2015
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