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Applying the "Right to Be Forgotten" Outside the EU? Forget About It.

European Union - January 11 2019 The “right to be forgotten”, which enables claimants to request the removal of links to irrelevant or outdated online information about them, should...

Lorcan Hurley, David Cullen, John Magee.


Copyright the Taste of Cheese? You Gouda Brie Kidding!

European Union - December 3 2018 The Court of Justice (ECJ) this week ruled in Levola Hengelo BV v Smilde Foods BV that copyright protection does not extend to the taste of cheese. In...

Anna Ní Uiginn, Tara Maher, David Cullen, John Magee.


Data Protection Could Be a Second Bite at the Apple for EU Competition Regulators

European Union - November 21 2018 On 24 October 2018, Apple CEO Tim Cook delivered the opening address at a conference of European Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Brussels...

Alex Towers, David Cullen, Claire Waterson.


Gimme the Loot: Will Purchases in Video Games be Exempt from Gambling Law Overhaul?

USA, Ireland - November 13 2018 With a number of jurisdictions increasing regulatory scrutiny of in-game purchases, the Irish Department of Justice has indicated that the planned...

David Cullen, John Magee.


It's a Family Affair for Digital Piracy as Court of Justice Rule on Strotzer Case

European Union - November 8 2018 In October 2018 the European Court of Justice examined whether the owner of an internet connection could escape liability where copyright had been...

David Cullen, John Magee.