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Web-Based Email is Not a Telecom Service Under EU Law

European Union - June 18 2019 Internet-based email services, such as Gmail, are not subject to European telecom regulation, the European Court of Justice has ruled. The decision...

OTT VoIP Calling Apps are Telecom Services under EU Law

USA, European Union - June 5 2019 Telephone calling apps, such as Skype, Viber and Google Hangouts, are subject to European telecom regulation, the European Court of Justice has ruled...

EU to Require Tech Firms to Provide Overseas Emails, Texts and Stored Data

European Union - April 18 2018 The European Union will require tech companies to provide data to European investigators stored in another EU country or even outside the EU under a...

What Does China’s New Cyberspace Sovereignty Mean, and is Your Company Ready?

China - December 6 2016 On Nov. 7, 2016, the official and finalized version of the Cyberspace Security Law (the “CSL”) was approved by the Standing Committee of the National...

William W. Hellmuth, Zhi-Ying James Fang, Vincent X. Wang, Ron (Rongwei) Cai, James M. Mei, Yuping Wang.

Is Your Business Ready to Wield the Privacy Shield?

USA, European Union - August 2 2016 Beginning August 1, U.S.-based companies that self-certify their compliance with the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield will be able to import data under the new...

Bryan Thompson.