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Current Issue (March 2017)

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About Digital Business Lawyer:

The monthly publication providing authoritative insights and thought leadership on the legal/regulatory issues affecting online business, covering distance selling, contracts, domain names, adblocking, advertising, cloud computing, net neutrality, e-privacy, data protection, cyber crime, the Internet of Things, social media, internet taxation and software / read more

March's edition of Digital Business Lawyer

Welcome to March's edition of Digital Business Lawyer - formerly E-Commerce Law & Policy - the monthly publication covering key legal/regulatory developments across online IP, distance selling, social media, online advertising, e-privacy and more.

In this month's issue, Dr Sam De Silva and Abigail Ash of Nabarro LLP, take an in-depth look at the key liability issues that arise around the Internet of Things, focusing particularly on data breaches and liability for product failure.

Elsewhere, Dr Andreas Splittgerber of Olswang Germany LLP and Toby Lovett of Olswang LLP, consider the communication, online consultation and staff working document on the data economy in Europe, published by the European Commission in January, which look at machine-generated data and interoperability. Here, Andreas and Toby discuss the current situation regarding data and the legislative approaches proposed by the European Commission.

Plus much more...

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