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#Cybercrime
#Malware #Ransomware #Phishing #Cyberattacks #Loss / misuse of data #Cyberattacks on the German Bundestag #Hackers attack US government authorities
Austria
31 Jan 2019
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Tricks And Traps Of Electronic Communication
We have seen continuous development over the past few years in the means of communication with the judiciary as well as central and local administrative bodies. But there are pitfalls one should be careful to avoid.
Hungary
23 Jan 2019
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Austrian Ban On Most Favored Nation Clauses In The Online Travel Sector - A Benefit To The Consumer Or The End Of Online Booking Services In Austria?
On 14 June 2016, a draft law amending the Austrian Federal Act against Unfair Competition 1984 and the Austrian Price Labelling Act was published for public consultation.
Austria
3 Oct 2016
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News On Linking From The CJEU
Persons posting hyperlinks for profit should even consider proactively verifying whether the content to which they link is illegally published on the internet.
European Union
12 Sep 2016
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One And Two Character Domain Names Will Be Available Soon Under The Austrian ccTLD <.at>
As of 29 August 2016, nic.at will initiate the launch process of approx 5,000 one and two character domain names under the TLD [.at].
Austria
3 Aug 2016
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Crowdfunding - Introduction To Regulatory Framework
Crowdfunding has become an increasingly popular method of financing in recent years. While this method of raising funds from the wider public creates a lot of new investment opportunities, there are also risks associated with it.
Czech Republic
22 Mar 2016
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<.insurance> - A New gTLD Targeting The Insurance Sector
Industry related generic Top-Level Domain ("gTLD") <.insurance> provides new opportunities and new challenges for online activities in the insurance sector.
Austria
7 Mar 2016
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New Information Obligations For Online Traders
Since 9 January 2016, traders established within the Union engaging in online sales or service contracts must provide new information on their websites.
European Union
13 Jan 2016
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ECHR: Internet News Portals May Be Held Liable For User-Generated Comments
On 16 June 2015, in a case of first impression, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights issued its final decision regarding the liability of a news portal for offensive comments made by its users.
European Union
13 Aug 2015
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<.bank> - A New gTLD Targeting the Financial Sector
The industry-related generic Top-Level Domain ("gTLD") <.bank> provides new opportunities and new challenges for online activities in the financial services sector
Austria
7 Jan 2015
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Avoiding Legal 'Gotchas' In Your Next Marketing Campaign
Businesses have relied on marketing campaigns (including special offers and games) for decades to popularize their services and products.
Bulgaria
31 Mar 2014
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Online Behavioural Advertising: Balancing Privacy And User Experience
In the context of a general public sensitivity to surveillance of activity and behaviour, there is much debate on legislation governing behavioural targeted advertising.
Romania
28 Jan 2014
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BYOD – Hype Or Sustainable Trend?
Employees increasingly want to integrate their private devices into their firm's IT network. This raises significant legal issues for employers and employees alike, including possible damage claims.
Austria
28 Jan 2014
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Bring Your Own IP?
The commercial use of private apps and the licensing implications of remote software access are hot topics for businesses.
Austria
28 Jan 2014
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Unified Information Security Standards In The Public Sector
A set of new pieces of legislation introduced unified information security standards into the public sector, which affects private companies offering IT services to the public sector.
Hungary
28 Jan 2014
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The New Act On E-Government
On 1 November 2013, the new Slovak act on the electronic performance of powers of public authorities – the Act on e-Government 1 ("Act") – will come into force.
Slovakia
21 Oct 2013
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BYOD - Do Your Employees Know What They Are Getting Into?
Employees increasingly want to use their own smartphones or tablets for work purposes, which also involves integrating these devices into a firm’s IT network.
Austria
19 Jun 2013
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Electronic Information Protection Taken Seriously - Maybe A Bit Too Much?
Hungary’s new law on information security will plug a hole in existing legislation, but may prove to be excessive in addressing security issues.
Hungary
31 May 2013
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CEE: Court Of Justice Of EU: Freedom For The Peer
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has deprived the audio recording and movie industries of one of their main instruments against the sharing of illegal internet content – the possibility to impose an injunction against an internet service provider (ISP) that requires it to install a system to filter electronic communications, especially those involving the use of peer-to-peer software.
European Union
7 Dec 2011
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Austria And CEE: Cybercrime: Victims Watch Out!
Being a victim of a cybercrime attack not only has a negative impact on the image of the hacked company but may also lead to damage claims against the company.
Austria
14 Nov 2011
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