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The Online Harms White Paper: Duty of care in the context of online harms

European Union - June 17 2019 The concept of a duty of care is well known in the offline world. So an occupier of property owes a duty of care to its visitors in relation to their...

The Online Harms White Paper: Which harms should be in scope?

United Kingdom - June 5 2019 Not much. The paper does not define harmful content, but instead provides an initial list of harms that would be in scope, including clearly defined...

Katrina Baxter.

Global regulation threatens to take a bite out of the FAANGs

USA - May 7 2019 A raft of new laws and closer regulatory scrutiny will be one of the biggest challenges for the FAANGs (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google...

Brexit: February 2019 - What we now know about the implications for Cross-Border Disputes

United Kingdom, European Union - February 18 2019 Even at this late stage we still do not know what form Brexit will actually take and when it will actually occur, however, in respect of disputes...

Louise Lanzkron.

"No-Deal" Brexit Checklist for Technology and Communications Businesses

United Kingdom, European Union - November 20 2018 In the light of the extremely luke-warm reception given to the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement (“WA”) agreed by the UK government and the EU negotiation...

James Mullock, Julian Balson, Fabian Niemann, Richard Eccles, Marjolein Geus, Sally Shorthose, Roger Bickerstaff, James Froud.