ePrivacy

How to protect IP as part of a digital transformation strategy

Nigel Parker

Digitalisation is transforming businesses at an ever-increasing rate.  No matter the sector, technologies like cloud computing, the Internet of Things, AI and Blockchain are enabling streamlining of operations, new distribution channels and better customer insights.  Digital transformation is also creating new strategic imperatives as “digital natives” take market share from traditional industries. Partners Mark Ridgway Read More

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New UK ICO guidance on cookies and similar technologies

Nigel Parker

Recent changes to the cookie consent tool on www.ico.org.uk were a good sign that updated guidance from the ICO, on the use of cookies and similar technologies, would soon arrive. The ICO duly published its updated guidance on 3 July. In the run up to GDPR, and since, many companies have adopted enhanced cookie consent tools Read More

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ePrivacy laws – draft Regulation leaked

Charlotte Mullarkey

As anticipated, a draft of the proposed replacement EU ePrivacy law has been leaked. While this draft still appears to be under review, it does provide an interesting indication of what we are likely to see in the proposed legislation next month. Given the extent of discussion around this revision, and the attention given to Read More

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