... Directive 95/46/EC...or philosophical beliefs, union membership, health, or...
For lawyers to best assist their clients, they need to better understand the expansive use of social media and how their clients share information over the internet, says Gardere Wynne partner Peter
...European Union's Privacy and Electronic Communications Directive...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
As sales of electronic books and readers skyrocket, the threat of piracy and other copyright issues loom. Publishers are test-driving different litigation strategies to fight illegal downloads
Originally Published: National Law Journal
The availability of low-cost e-commerce technology, writes Brach Eichler's Jonathan Bick, can diminish an internet facilitator's claim that a user's bad acts were beyond the facilitator's control
...have to navigate European Union regulations on data...EU data protection directive exist in the...
...Only a week earlier, the European Commission came out with . The EU's 1995 directive on data privacy set a...
The advent of cloud computing offers companies business and IT benefits, but several e-discovery issues must be resolved first, note Dechert's Ben Barnett and Regan Hunt Crotty
Internet service providers must contend with laws that are not uniform, or not interpreted consistently, around the globe, notes attorney Craig R. Smith of Lando & Anastasi
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