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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 27 Feb 2024

Data protection: key compliance updates (12 – 23 Feb)

Canada’s OPCC calls for stronger protections for federal data, the UK ICO issues guidance on content moderation, and California’s AG settles with DoorDash over alleged data privacy violations – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | Canada, China, European Union, etc. | 26 Feb 2024

Intellectual Property: key updates and developments for in-house teams (Q1 2024)

The USPTO says patents cover AI inventions with “significant human input,” the UK Supreme Court rules that AI cannot be a patent inventor, and Amazon and BMW win a counterfeit lawsuit – plus other key updates.
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Latham & Watkins LLP | USA | 26 Feb 2024

Website Terms of Use May Risk Liability Under California Law

A recent spate of class action lawsuits brought under California Civil Code section 1670.8 raises the specter of liability for companies whose online…
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 23 Feb 2024

Google: DMA criticism from aggregator websites is “plain wrong”

Google has rubbished suggestions that changes to its business to comply with the Digital Markets Act are decreasing the visibility of aggregators.
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Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP | USA | 22 Feb 2024

FCC Considers Cybersecurity Labeling Program and SCS Matter in March Open Meeting

The FCC has published the Tentative Agenda for its March 2024 Open Meeting. The meeting is scheduled for March 14, at 10:30 a.m. EDT and will be…
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Fasken | Canada | 22 Feb 2024

Delivery Waiting: Regulating Employment in the Gig Economy

One of the prominent employment law themes in 2023 has been the increased interest and attention to the working conditions of individuals engaged in…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global | 21 Feb 2024

European Commission to hit Apple with first-ever competition fine for restricting access to music streaming services

The European Commission will soon administer its first-ever fine to Apple for breaching competition rules, as gatekeepers prepare to comply with the EU Digital Markets Act 2022.
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Taylor Wessing | European Union | 21 Feb 2024

Digital Services Act (DSA): What digital intermediaries need to know

Since 17 February 2024 the Digital Services Act (DSA) has become completely applicable on a mandatory basis for all affected digital businesses. This…
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Cozen O'Connor | USA | 21 Feb 2024

DAGA Policy Conference Highlights Democratic AG Priorities, Including Protecting Youth on Digital Platforms and Increasing Antitrust Enforcement

The Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA) held a Policy Conference in Seattle, WA from February 14-16, 2024. The conference was…
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Slaughter and May | European Union, United Kingdom | 20 Feb 2024

DSA now fully in force

As of 17 February 2024, the EU’s Digital Services Act (“DSA”) is now fully in force for all in-scope intermediary service providers. For the first…
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