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Can the G7 really protect the financial world from cybercrime?
  • Gardere
  • Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, United Kingdom, USA
  • October 13 2016

Reuters reported that the Group of Seven (G7) industrial powers (Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the US) “agreed on guidelines for

Google ordered to comply with French privacy laws
  • Gardere
  • France
  • November 8 2013

A French court ruled that that it is "illegal to take and distribute images of an individual in a private space without that person's permission"

Google to be fined for failing to comply with EU privacy laws
  • Gardere
  • France
  • October 1 2013

Google told the EU that the EU Privacy Laws did not apply to Google's services and the EU now plans to impose a sanction for "breaches of the French

Twitter accepts jurisdiction of French court
  • Gardere
  • France, USA
  • July 15 2013

Rather than fight French jurisdiction Twitter provided information regarding the identity of posters who allegedly violated French law by posting

Google ordered to comply with French privacy law
  • Gardere
  • France
  • June 21 2013

In March 2012 Google changed its Privacy Policies much to the dissatisfaction of many countries in the EU, but in spite of the complaints Google has

Internet jurisdiction - French court vs. Twitter
  • Gardere
  • France, USA
  • January 25 2013

A French Court ordered Twitter in California to identify anonymous individuals whose Tweets were anti-Semitic and racist in violation of French law

France and Germany considering Google tax on searches
  • Gardere
  • France, Germany
  • December 4 2012

Yahoo recently reported stated that French President Francois Hollande wants a tax on Google, and other search engines each time they use French media content

Google's new privacy policies break EU laws
  • Gardere
  • European Union, France
  • March 2 2012

Although Google claims its new Privacy Policy helps simplify privacy, the EU claims otherwise and specifically that the new Privacy Policy “makes it impossible to understand which purposes, personal data, recipients or access rights are relevant to the use of a specific service.”

Google’s legal challenges will have a ripple effect
  • Gardere
  • France, USA
  • April 13 2011

Google’s influence is pervasive, and the outcomes of the many legal actions pending against the company will reverberate in many quarters