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Lexology PRO | European Union, South Korea, United Kingdom, etc. | 28 Feb 2024

Digital advertising: key updates for businesses (February 2024)

US FTC fines Avast US$16.5 million for selling user data for ad purposes, an EU study finds 80% of social media influencers fail to label ads, and the EU Commission probes TikTok’s ad practices – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 27 Feb 2024

Meta ends Bright Data scraping case

Meta has withdrawn the last part of its allegations that Bright Data unlawfully scraped Facebook and Instagram users’ data.
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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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Lexology PRO | Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, etc. | 19 Feb 2024

Chatbots left up in the air: AI newsletter 19 February 2024

Generative AI chatbots have continued to be hottest tech for startups to explore, with the success of ChatGPT spurring hundreds of millions of dollars of investment into new entrants. One company that might be on the market for a new one is Air Canada, which has suddenly found itself contractually bound by the wild promises of its customer service assistant.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 16 Feb 2024

Noyb urges EDPB pay-or-consent rejection

The European Data Protection Board is under pressure to reject pay-or-consent.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 16 Feb 2024

Labcorp sued: US Privacy and Cybersecurity Alert 16 February 2024

Labcorp sued over Google data sharing; Quest Diagnostics’ settlement; Proskauer Rose privacy co-chair joins Jones Day.
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Lexology PRO | Germany | 14 Feb 2024

German court finds Meta pay-or-consent language unlawful

A German court has ruled that the language on Meta’s controversial new pay-or-consent order buttons is unlawful.
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Lexology PRO | European Union | 13 Feb 2024

Google unconvinced iMessage, Bing, Edge should escape DMA duties

Apple and Microsoft have collectively dodged gatekeeper designations under the Digital Markets Act for four online services, but Google says the move will harm consumers.
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DAC Beachcroft | European Union | 7 Feb 2024

'Pay or ok' challenged as ad-free subscription models under scrutiny

'Pay or okay' consent mechanisms in the European Union are under scrutiny from data protection authorities and consumer activists. For those…
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Hassans | USA | 6 Feb 2024

Meta Announcements: Sorry. Here's some cash.

Churlish to link the two, but Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg's perhaps unexpected apologies to the US Senate during its online child safety hearing were…
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