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Marval OFarrell Mairal | Argentina | 29 Dec 2023

Se deroga la Ley 25542 - Ley de Libros

La Ley de Libros contempla que todo editor, importador o representante de libros deberá establecer un precio uniforme de venta al público o…
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Lexology PRO | Norway | 27 Nov 2023

Norway’s Competition Tribunal overturns first cartel decision

Norway's largest book publishers have overturned a €52 million hub-and-spoke cartel fine, in a ruling that the national competition authority cannot appeal against.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 1 Sep 2023

TD Ameritrade and Charles Schwab breach blues: US Privacy and Cybersecurity Alert 1 September 2023

A Michigan judge preliminarily approves a $9.5 million Preservation of Personal Privacy Act settlement; TD Ameritrade and Charles Schwab sued over data breach; and the American Bar Association launches AI task force.
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Lexology PRO | Austria, Germany | 12 Apr 2023

Austrian regulator sides with publishers in cookie paywall dispute

Austria’s data protection authority has broadly approved the use of cookie paywalls by online publishers, but warned that users must be given more choice over the processing of their data.
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Webber Wentzel | South Africa | 23 Feb 2023

Does South Africa's Competition Commission have the correct toolbox to examine digital markets?

Although South Africa is in a unique and well-placed position to look at competition matters in the digital markets space, there are various obstacles. While the competition authorities are enabled to examine mergers falling below the prescribed merger thresholds, issue guidelines, prioritise sectors and initiate market inquiries, two recent cases illustrate some of the practical enforcement......
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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | Germany | 17 Dec 2021

Publisher and journalists do not owe monetary compensation to Helmut Kohl's heir

The former German chancellor, Helmut Kohl, sued two journalists and a publishing house for publishing a large number of statements, allegedly made by him, in a book. After the district court ordered the defendants to pay €1 million to Kohl, he died during the appeal proceedings subsequently brought by the defendants. In line with its previous case law, the Federal Court of Justice denied......
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