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Ankura Consulting Group, LLC | USA | 26 Jul 2023

MOVEit Transfer Attack Campaign: Analysis

Progress Software’s managed file transfer (MFT) solution MOVEit Transfer has been under ongoing attacks since late May 2023 by the…
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Loeb & Loeb LLP | France | 26 Jun 2023

The CNIL Cookie Crunch Continues!

Earlier this week, the CNIL levied a 40M euro fine on Criteo for violating the ePrivacy Directive & GDPR through the use of its cookies. This is 2%…
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Westerberg & Partners Advokatbyrå AB | Sweden | 19 Jun 2023

Court provides guidance on balancing interests of database owners and content aggregators

Digital aggregation often involves the use of different datasets, including the use of data protected as databases. The makers of databases often want to protect their own investment against aggregators' perceived free-riding. However, balancing the interests of database owners and content aggregators can be difficult for the national courts. An interesting decision from the Patent and Market......
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ENS | South Africa | 8 Feb 2023

Legal nature of personal genomic sequence data in South Africa: IP rights dimension

This article is part of a series that provides a comprehensive and integrated analysis of the various legal dimensions applicable to the most basic kind of human genomic data, "personal genomic sequence data" – that is, the genomic sequence data (often referred to as the "raw" genomic data) of a particular person (in contradistinction from aggregated genomic sequence data of multiple......
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Gorodissky & Partners | Russia | 4 Nov 2022

Russia launches open-source experiment

🕑 4 minutes The Russian internet technology sector is evolving rapidly, resulting in new opportunities for legislative developments. Among other legislative initiatives, the government recently adopted a decree launching an experiment to promote and develop the use of open-source projects in Russia. The decree is the first act under Russian law that clearly establishes criteria of an "open......
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Covington & Burling LLP | Italy | 6 Jul 2022

The New Italian Sunshine Act Introduces Mandatory Individual Disclosure With Implied Consent Mechanism For Transfers Of Value

On 31 May 2022, the Italian Parliament approved Law 62/2022, also known as the Sunshine Act, which entered into force on 26 June 2022. The new rules…
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Taylor Wessing | European Union, United Kingdom | 21 Jun 2022

Copyright protection for digital health products

Copyright protects original literary and artistic works, as well as other subject matter. A work is original if it is the author's own intellectual…
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Studio Legale Stefanelli & Stefanelli | European Union, Italy | 27 May 2022

Databases and software development: what are the legal issues?

With technological development, it is possible to create software that will be used in a variety of economic sectors, such as predictive software for…
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Martini Manna Law Firm | Italy | 5 Apr 2022

Summary enforcement of sui generis database rights in Italy: a recent ruling of the IP Court of Rome

The IP Chamber of the Rome District Court issued an interesting summary judgment order concerning the protection of a database maker’s sui generis…
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Gorodissky & Partners | Russia | 17 Dec 2021

Software and databases in Russia

Software and databases are intangible products and are viewed as the key technical and commercial tools on the IT market. This article highlights the most important aspects that a company's business and legal team should be aware of when dealing with Russian software and databases and maximising their potential.
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