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Google Has A Fight On Its Hands As It Faces CNIL’s Challenge To Its Privacy Policy
Earlier this year, we reported on Google’s announcement and implementation of its new privacy policy.
UK
16 Oct 2012
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IP Snapshot May 2012
Bringing you regular news of key developments in intellectual property law.
UK
6 Jun 2012
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Storms Gather For Data Protection In The Cloud
The EU has been hit by Microsoft’s recent announcement that, in certain circumstances, it may be required to disclose personal data belonging to businesses using its new cloud service to US authorities - even if the data centres are based in the EU.
UK
19 Aug 2011
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New Privacy Act In Hungary
On 11 July 2011, the Hungarian Parliament accepted Act CXII of 2011 on Informational Self-Determination and Freedom of Information ("Privacy Act").
Hungary
11 Aug 2011
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Can You Damage A Reputation In 140 Characters?
A local councillor in South Wales has settled a defamation action brought against him, after he became the subject of the first defamation case brought in the United Kingdom involving a comment made on Twitter.
UK
28 Mar 2011
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Satellite Applications: E-Health
Satellites are playing an increasing role in the support of health and welfare on Earth. In the first of a series of bulletins looking at the range of satellite applications, this brief note summarises how satellite technology can assist in the provision of efficient health care and touches on some relevant legal issues.
UK
1 Mar 2011
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IP Snapshot
Following a reference from the Czech Regional Court, the ECJ has ruled that a graphic user interface (GUI) cannot be protected by copyright as a computer program under Directive 91/250/EEC.
UK
25 Jan 2011
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New Fining Power for GIODO
From 2011, the General Inspector for Personal Data Protection (GIODO) will be able to impose fines for non-compliance with its decisions.
Poland
1 Dec 2010
9
First Monetary Penalties for Serious Data Protection Breaches
On 24 November the Information Commissioner served two organisations with the first monetary penalty notices for serious breaches of the Data Protection Act.
UK
30 Nov 2010
10
Digital Economy Act Subjected To Judicial Review As Government Consults Again
The High Court has recently confirmed that BT and TalkTalk’s application for a judicial review of the Digital Economy Act will proceed to a full hearing early next year.
UK
22 Nov 2010
11
ID Crime: Free Guide to Protecting Your Business
Forgery and impersonation have always been a threat to commerce and government.
UK
9 Nov 2010
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Digital Economy Act: Government Confirms Cost Allocation Ratio for Initial Obligations
The new coalition Government has published its response to the recent consultation on the allocation of costs of implementing the initial obligations set out in the Digital Economy Act (the ‘Act’).
UK
11 Oct 2010
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Evidence - What Happens When Evidence is Obtained Illegally?
When it is alleged that a party has obtained information or documents by illegal or fraudulent means, difficult questions often arise: (1) Can (or should) that information be used in Court proceedings?; (2) Are there effective sanctions and penalties for a party that obtains evidence illegally?
UK
4 Aug 2010
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EU Article 29: Working Party publishes Opinion on Online Behavioural Advertising
On 22 June 2010, the EU Article 29 Data Protection Working Party (the "Working Party") published its opinion (the "Opinion") in relation to online behavioural advertising ("OBA").
UK
23 Jul 2010
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Ofcom Consults on Measures to Prevent Online Copyright Infringement
Ofcom is consulting on how it proposes to give effect to measures introduced in the Digital Economy Act 2010 aimed at reducing online copyright infringement. Ofcom has published a new draft code which sets out how copyright holders will be able to require Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to write to subscribers telling them that their accounts have been associated with copyright infringement.
UK
15 Jul 2010
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New Law On Personal Data Protection In Ukraine
On 1 June 2010 Ukrainian Parliament has finally adopted the Law On Personal Data Protection (the "Law"). The Law will become effective from the 1st of January 2011.
Ukraine
14 Jul 2010
17
New Online Privacy Code Published
The Information Commissioner yesterday issued new guidance relating to the collection of personal data, online (the "Code").
UK
12 Jul 2010
18
1000 Data Protection Breaches
The Information Commissioner’s Office ("ICO") has expressed concern that the number of Data Protection Act ("DPA") breaches notified to the ICO since November 2007 has exceeded 1000.
UK
22 Jun 2010
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ISPs On Alert Following Italian Decision To Prosecute Three Google Executives
Internet Service Providers ("ISPs") and other hosting platforms or internet intermediaries may wish to take note of a decision which was handed down last Wednesday in an Italian court.
UK
3 Mar 2010
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Update: GBP 500,000 Penalty Proposed For Serious Breaches Of DPA 1998
The Ministry of Justice has today published its response to the consultation on setting a maximum penalty of £500,000 for serious data protection breaches.
UK
14 Jan 2010
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