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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, European Union, etc. | 20 May 2022

How can businesses manage risk in the metaverse?

Companies should prepare against copyright infringement, misleading ads, privacy breaches, and other risks they will encounter in the metaverse.
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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP | European Union | 20 May 2022

Consumer protection associations can now take legal action against personal data breaches

The European Court of Justice has confirmed that consumer protection associations have the right to sue if they intend to claim personal data breaches. This has so far only been possible for the data subjects themselves and will from now on also be possible irrespective of a specific damage event or instruction by the data subjects. This considerably increases the risk for companies with a......
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Central & South America, etc. | 19 May 2022

Consumer protection: key risks for the financial services sector (May 2022)

The US CFPB expands its supervisory authority to non-banks, the EU consults on PSD2, and the Australian Federal Court issues a first-of-its-kind cybersecurity ruling– plus other key updates.
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McCann FitzGerald LLP | Ireland | 16 May 2022

Authorisation Requirements Extended to Hire-Purchase and other Types of Credit: Are You Ready?

The Consumer Protection (Regulation of Retail Credit and Credit Servicing Firms) Act 2022 was commenced (in full) on 16 May 2022, giving effect to one…
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King & Wood Mallesons | Australia | 12 May 2022

No running away from ticket resale inspectors

The Federal Government has introduced new consumer protection requirements for the resale of event tickets on electronic platforms, which take effect…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, United Kingdom | 11 May 2022

CMA warns businesses against exploiting cost of living crisis

A senior official at the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has warned potential cartelists that the enforcer will take action – including dawn raids – against businesses using the cost of living crisis as an “excuse” to collectively raise prices.
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Mayer Brown | USA | 11 May 2022

Connecticut Passes Comprehensive Privacy Law: Comparing to Other State Privacy Laws

Following the lead of California, Virginia, Colorado and, most recently, Utah, Connecticut has become the fifth state to pass comprehensive consumer…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Brazil, etc. | 10 May 2022

Product regulation and liability: key updates and risks (May 2022)

The EU publishes its chemical restrictions roadmap, the US FDA proposes rules restricting flavoured tobacco products and China introduces stricter regulation for medical devices – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 10 May 2022

Apple and Google oppose Australia’s proposed regulatory reform

Apple and Google have pushed back against a possible new regulatory framework for digital platforms in Australia, with the former arguing that the proposals target hypothetical rather than existing problems.
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Matheson | European Union, Ireland | 10 May 2022

Consumer Law Update: New and Enhanced Consumer Protection Measures en-route following Publication of Consumer Rights Bill 2022

On 22 April 2022, the Irish Government published the eagerly anticipated Consumer Rights Bill 2022Opens in new window, (the "Bill"). It aims to…
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