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Lexology PRO | European Union, Netherlands | 3 May 2022

EU hits Apple with SO over mobile wallet abuse

The European Commission has accused Apple of abusing its dominance in the market for mobile wallets on its iOS devices, a year after also alleging that the company unlawfully leverages its position in the music streaming market.
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Bryn Aarflot AS | Norway | 25 Apr 2022

Is it possible to patent an app in Norway?

Despite the commonly held belief among the software development community, it is possible to protect an app with a patent in Norway, as long as certain criteria are fulfilled. If an app has a technical effect on a real-world problem or object, it is not excluded from patent protection. The challenge with patenting an app is that the technical effect of the app must be sufficiently new and......
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Sakshar Law Associates | India | 21 Apr 2022

Club House and IPR problems it faces

Clubhouse app is one of the social media platforms that have grown in popularity in recent months. This app is good for sharing ideas, learning a…
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, Netherlands | 4 Apr 2022

Apple faces €5 billion class action in the Netherlands

A Dutch consumer protection group has launched a standalone class action claim against Apple over its app store rules, partly based on fines imposed on the company by the country’s antitrust authority for failing to comply with an abuse of dominance decision.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, France | 30 Mar 2022

French court fines Google over app developer restrictions

A French court has fined Google €2 million for imposing unfair conditions and commission rates on application developers that created a “significant imbalance” of power between them and the company.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Netherlands | 28 Mar 2022

Apple makes new compliance offer to Dutch enforcer

The Dutch antitrust authority has fined Apple the statutory maximum €50 million for failing to make changes to its App Store for local dating applications – although the enforcer said it has “welcomed” a revised set of commitments from the company seeking to correct its abusive conduct.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, South Korea | 10 Mar 2022

Korea finalises rules forcing Google and Apple to open up app stores

Korea’s telecommunications regulator has finalised rules forcing dominant application store providers to allow access to third-party payment providers, allowing for fines of up to 2% of local revenue for non-compliance.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, Latvia | 3 Mar 2022

Companies: how to stop missing out on your data’s value

“If we don't benefit from our data, somebody else does,” says Elina Girne, chief legal officer and compliance officer at Squalio.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global | 23 Feb 2022

In-house interview: How businesses can get more value from their data

Elina Girne, chief legal officer and compliance officer at Squalio, talks about how compliance teams can help businesses to boost individual accountability and responsible use of third-party apps.
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Lexology PRO | European Union, Global, Latvia | 23 Feb 2022

Third-party apps: tips to keep your data in-house

Elina Girne, chief legal officer and chief compliance officer at Squalio, shares her tips on responsibly selecting and implementing third-party apps. As she puts it, get the value from your data, or someone else will.Squalio is a multinational information technology and services company based in Latvia.Interview conducted by Samantha Gilbert, Senior Content Editor for Lexology PRO. 
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