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Current Issue (February 2017)

Volume: 17 Issue: 1


About Leading Internet Case Law:

The bi-monthly case law publication providing expert analysis of key cases relating to the internet. Topics covered include intellectual property rights, copyright infringements, ISP liability, online advertising, distance selling regulations, privacy law, social networking, telecoms, and domain name disputes / read more

Leading Internet Case Law - formerly E-Commerce Law Reports

We are delighted to introduce to you our rebranded publication Leading Internet Case Law. The rebrand and redesign of the publication retains the cutting edge content while revitalising the look and feel of the publication, in order to more closely align it with the vital content inside.

Volume 17 Issue 1 (January - February 2017) opens with analysis of Tele2 Sverige AB v. Post-och telestyrelsen and Secretary of State for the Home Department v. Tom Watson and Others in which the CJEU delivered its decision on the legality of Member State laws mandating bulk retention of data. Liz Fitzsimmons of Eversheds Sutherland details the judgment and its background. 

Another highlight of the issue is the article - by Wouter Seinen and Gijs van Mansfeld of Baker McKenzie - on the ruling from a Dutch Court that Canada based WhatsApp is subject to Dutch data protection law. The ruling is the latest in a string of EU data protection cases involving the jurisdiction of foreign companies interacting with national data subjects.

There's much more inside. Take a 7-day free trial to access the entire latest issue.

In addition to the redesign and renaming of our entire suite of legal publications, we have also introduced new subscription options to ensure that our subscribers can consume our content in a way that best suits their needs. For more detailed information on our subscription options please contact Conor Molloy on +44 (0) 20 70 121 387 or email conor.molloy@cecileparkmedia.com

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