BigTech, creative games and interactive entertainment businesses, infrastructure providers, consumer markets businesses, and a whole range of other potential stakeholders are now considering what the Metaverse will mean for them.
AI Regulation of financial institutions: EU and beyond
Regulation of artificial intelligence is on the way in many regions across the globe. The EU Commission has proposed an AI regulation that would apply to financial institutions, and governments elsewhere are considering their own regulatory responses.
Lloyd v Google LLC
The UK Supreme Court judgment in Lloyd v Google LLC, which was handed down on November 10, 2021, will have far reaching consequences for the future of data protection litigation, and the class action landscape in England & Wales more generally.
China’s Data Laws: Looking at the detail - Draft Regulations under the DSL and PIPL
On September 1, 2021, China’s Data Security Law (DSL) came into force, followed by the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) on November 1.
Liability schemes in outsourcing and technology contracts: A global benchmark
A key question customers and suppliers want answered about their outsourcing and technology contracts is whether their liability position is market-standard.
EU AI Regulation: What the proposal means for business
The EU Commission has adopted a proposed AI Regulation. As AI proliferates, the Regulation will impact virtually all industry sectors and have far-reaching implications for a wide range of activities, such as product development, procurement, human resources, compliance, governance, IT systems, contracting, and risk management.