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Health App Helps Prove Murder
In June 2019, the Fitness to Practise Committee (Committee) of the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) directed the removal of a pharmacist's registration following his conviction in 2018
Ireland
9 Aug 2019
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Agile Development In Technology Projects
'Agile' is an umbrella term that encapsulates a number of modern flexible approaches to software development and IT projects.
Ireland
24 Jul 2019
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New Law To Protect Children And General Public Online
Online video-sharing and platform providers that have head offices here should take note; they may fall under the purview of the Online Safety Act (Act).
Ireland
15 Mar 2019
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Privacy At What Cost? Consequences Of The High Court's Judgment In The Graham Dwyer Case
"In what circumstances does a democracy tolerate State mandated electronic surveillance of every citizen who uses a telephone device?"
European Union
18 Dec 2018
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Minimum Unit Pricing – Tackling Alcohol Misuse
The Public Health (Alcohol) 2015 (Bill) was presented in late 2015 to tackle Ireland's ongoing problem with over-consumption and misuse of alcohol.
Ireland
12 Dec 2017
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What Does Brexit Mean For Your IT And Commercial Contracts? - 20 October 2017
With the UK now well into the two year withdrawal period provided for in Article 50 [of the Treaty on the European Union], the time for businesses to prepare for the consequences of a UK exit...
Ireland
30 Oct 2017
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Government Publishes New Data Retention Bill
In 2014, the Digital Rights Ireland case was referred from the Irish High Court to the CJEU for a preliminary ruling on the validity of the EU Data Retention Directive 2006/24/EC (the "Directive").
Ireland
27 Oct 2017
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Regulating Hate Speech?
Hate speech, and the role played by internet services providers, such as social media companies, in its regulation, has been the subject of much discussion.
Ireland
20 Sep 2017
9
Preparing For A Hotel Sale – Share Sale Or Asset Sale? Part 1
A hotel deal may be structured as a share sale, with a buyer acquiring ownership of the company which owns the hotel, by purchasing all of the issued shares of the company.
Ireland
8 Aug 2017
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Better Value For Dunnes In Court Of Appeal As High Court Ruling Overturned
Dunnes ran an advertising campaign in the summer of 2013 which claimed that their prices were cheaper than Aldi's prices for 262 separate products.
Ireland
22 May 2017
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Telecoms And Energy Innovation In 2017
In the coming year, Ireland will take steps towards unlocking the potential of the internet of things and the green economy.
Ireland
6 Feb 2017
12
Commercial Law Update: Review 2016
There were some important developments in the privacy, technology and intellectual property sectors in 2016. The introduction of a new way to transfer data between the EU and the US...
Ireland
19 Jan 2017
13
A Review Of Our Top 7 Articles From 2016
Listed below are the top 7 most read articles over the last 12 months.
Ireland
10 Jan 2017
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New Guidance On IT & Cybersecurity Risks For Financial Firms
The Central Bank has recently published new guidance for financial firms on IT risk management and cyber security.
Ireland
17 Nov 2016
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What Does Brexit Mean For Your IT And Commercial Contracts?
The UK government has announced that it intends to formally commence the process to leave the EU by the end of March 2017.
Ireland
8 Nov 2016
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Business Owners Providing Free Wi-Fi May Be Required To Implement Password Protection
The Court of Justice of the European Union has confirmed that business owners who offer free Wi-Fi are not responsible for copyright infringement carried out by customers using their service.
European Union
24 Oct 2016
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Are Dynamic IP Addresses Personal Data?
Whether IP addresses, a type of online identifier, are classified as personal data has been the subject of considerable debate.
Ireland
3 Oct 2016
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Is The Public Lending Of E-Books Similar To Lending Traditional Books?
Whether or not the public lending of e-books is treated, in EU copyright law, in the same manner as the public lending of traditional books has been a relatively contentious topic among EU Member States.
Ireland
27 Sep 2016
19
Can SLALOM Transform Cloud Computing Contracts And SLAs?
‘SLALOM' is an initiative established by the European Commission to develop standardised ‘ready to use' contract terms and service level (SLA) specifications for cloud services.
Ireland
19 Sep 2016
20
No More Geo-Blocking? European Commission To Tackle Cross-Border E-Commerce Discrimination
In May 2016, the European Commission published proposals to prevent companies and online retailers, who sell in or into the EU, from engaging in ‘geo-blocking' and other geographical restrictions.
Ireland
7 Sep 2016
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