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Bird & Bird | United Kingdom | 5 Jun 2019

The Online Harms White Paper: Which harms should be in scope?

Not much. The paper does not define harmful content, but instead provides an initial list of harms that would be in scope, including clearly defined


Sirius Legal | United Kingdom, Belgium | 10 May 2019

Age Appropriate Design Code: meer privacy voor kinderen in de wereld van technologie?

Het Verenigd Koninkrijk verlaat dan wel naar alle waarschijnlijkheid de Europese Unie binnen afzienbare tijd, maar de Britse


S.S. Rana & Co | India | 25 Nov 2018

India: Onus of cyber-safety to vest with social media engines

Losing touch with the physical world around, the world is becoming increasingly glued to the social media over the cyber-world


Mitry Lawyers | Australia | 16 Aug 2018

Cyberbullying laws in Australia

Cyberbullying is emerging as a significant legal issue of growing national and international importance. In today’s digital age, the once distinct


Birketts LLP | United Kingdom | 23 Jul 2018


A report issued by the Department for Education (DfE) in June 2018 has found that in 2015 35 of girls and 26 of boys reported bullying, with


Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 7 Nov 2017

Nova Scotia Introduces New Cyberbullying Legislation

As schools, parents and students continue to struggle against cyberbullying on a daily basis, government and the courts are also responding to an


McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Canada | 17 Oct 2017

Nova Scotia introduces new Cyber-bullying Legislation

On October 5, 2017, the Nova Scotia Legislature introduced Bill No. 27, the Intimate Images and Cyber-protection Act (the “Cyber-protection Act”, or


Beiten Burkhardt | Germany | 25 Sep 2017

Mobbing im Büro im Zeitalter von Facebook & Co.

Sich das Leben gegenseitig so schwer wie möglich zu machen, ist nicht nur ein in vielen Beziehungen anzutreffendes Phänomen, es findet sich auch immer


Morrison & Foerster LLP | USA | 6 Sep 2017

Social Links: Bills that would take a bite out of 230; court opinion on social media & ethics; using evidence on social media to determine unemployment benefits eligibility

A federal appeals court in Miami held that a judge needn’t necessarily recuse herself from a case being argued by a lawyer with whom the judge is


Al Tamimi & Company | United Arab Emirates | 3 Aug 2017

Cyberbullying: a Snapshot of the Laws in the UAE

It would be impossible to ignore the growing presence of technology and devices in the lives of children in the region; indeed even some schools now

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