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Smart homes, smart cars, smart health, smart wearables, smart banking, etc. Everything around us is gaining a "smart" element. Definitions on the Internet-of-Things (IoT) are plentiful...
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
Current proposed legislation would expand these powers with new or expanded authority over online platforms and cybersecurity of Canadian telecommunications networks.
Cayman Islands
Cayman Islands Government
The Department of Commerce and Investment held a special meeting at Constitution Hall on Tuesday, 26 July, in relation to music and dancing on Sundays.
Oppenhoff & Partner
The Düsseldorf Regional Court has ruled that, under certain circumstances, an insurance broker must accept being attributed with the unfair conduct of an advertising agency commissioned...
Schoenherr Attorneys at Law
Hungary has ended the state monopoly on the online sports betting market and this now makes way for the market entry of operators incorporated in the European Economic Area (EEA) ("EEA Operators").
Ikigai Law
Here's a 5-minute lowdown of what's happened since the last time we spoke to you.
Economic Laws Practice
In this decision, the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has held a telecom service provider, whose telecommunication licenses had been quashed / cancelled by an earlier decision...
TMT Law Practice
Manchester City, a football club operating in the top flight of English football, has partnered with CISCO Technologies to release the pilot of Connected Scarf, a "smart scarf" armed with sensors...
ANM Global
With increase in consumption of content and with advancement of technology, content has taken up several forms on various platforms and now people can access content ‘on the go' via mobile devices, which fit right in their pocket.
Indonesia's Ministry of Communication and Information mandates the registration of commercial websites and online services...
The European Electronic Communications Code (the "EECC") is expanding the remit of national telecoms regulation across the EU to cover ‘interpersonal communication services' ("ICS") as well as traditional telecoms services.
Ganado Advocates
In December of last year, the European Court of Justice ("ECJ" or the "Court") ruled against Vodafone's standard charges levied on their customers for using certain payment instruments when paying...
Famsville Solicitors
On 13th June, 2022, the National Information Technology Development Agency ("NITDA") issued a draft Code of Practice for Interactive Computer Service Platforms/Internet Intermediaries(the "Code").
LBF Partners
07 Kasım 2010 tarihli Resmî Gazete'de yayımlanan İnternet Alan Adları Yönetmeliği ("Yönetmelik") ile birlikte, 1991 yılından beri Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi bünyesinde bulunan...
Esin Attorney Partnership
Orta Doğu Teknik Üniversitesi ("ODTÜ") ile Bilgi Teknolojileri ve İletişim Kurumu ("BTK") arasında imzalanan 21 Aralık 2018 tarihli protokol uyarınca ".tr"...
Esin Attorney Partnership
In accordance with the protocol signed between the Middle East Technical University ("METU") and the Information Technologies and Communications Authority ("ITCA") on 21 December 2018...
Lewis Silkin
Welcome to the August 2022 edition of our Digest, covering legal and regulatory developments from the last few weeks relevant to advertising, marketing and brand-owning businesses.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Summer 2022 has been an incredible season for women's sport. In the UK, the English women's football team won the UEFA Women's Euros and there has been a brilliant run of British winners at the Commonwealth Games...
Blaser Mills
David Winnie, Head of Sports at Blaser Mills Law, has recently been chosen by the Football Association (FA) to sit as a member on its Claims Panel.
Blaser Mills
The Empowerment podcast is hosted by David Winnie, former Scottish Premier League player and manager.
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