A new approach to referrals under the EU Merger Regulation
September 27, 2022
The European Commission (along with the U.S. FTC and DoJ, UK CMA, German FCO and others), has been focused on ensuring that so-called “killer acquisitions” in the digital and life sciences sectors are reviewed. Against this background, the General Court’s decision in Illumina/Grail is of key importance to companies acquiring start-ups.
EU Vehicle Data Consultation and the Evolving EU Regulatory Landscape for Connected Vehicles
April 12, 2022
In the coming years, data collected by vehicles will be subject to a new EU regulatory regime consisting of horizontal rules applicable across many industries and vertical rules designed specifically for the automotive sector.
UK proposes rules to protect against anonymous online trolls
March 18, 2022
The UK Government has added two new duties to the proposed Online Safety Bill (the Bill) that are aimed at protecting people against anonymous online abuse.
UK guidance for marketers in the cryptoasset space
February 09, 2022
On 18 January 2022, HM Treasury announced that it will be bringing adverts for cryptoassets in line with other types of financial advertising by extending the financial promotion restrictions to encompass them.
European commission considers new civil liability rules for the digital age and artificial intelligence
February 03, 2022
In October 2021, the European Commission launched a public consultation (Consultation) on adapting liability rules to the digital age and artificial intelligence (AI).
New Singapore Copyright Exception will propel AI revolution
November 15, 2021
Copyright, one of the fundamental intellectual property rights, grants the owner of copyright rights and control over the expression of ideas that are reduced to tangible forms such as literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works.
Digital transformation: Key technology, cybersecurity and privacy risks
September 09, 2021
In this blog we discuss the risks associated with digital transformation from technology, cybersecurity and privacy perspectives.
Telemedicine ads limited by Facebook
August 24, 2021
As the telemedicine industry continues to grow, especially in light of COVID-19, businesses should reconsider their policies and procedures in connection with telehealth services and user safety.
IP monitor: Government of Canada initiates consultation on modernizing copyright framework for artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things
August 12, 2021
The Canadian federal government has launched a public consultation on adapting Canada’s copyright framework to ongoing developments in artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things.
Ground-breaking arbitration rules for digital disputes released
August 09, 2021
The Digital Dispute Resolution Rules (the Rules) is a revolutionary set of arbitration rules designed to provide a framework to govern disputes relating to disruptive novel technologies.