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08 July 2020 Louise Tolley
As 1 July saw the CMA publish its final in a series of reports regarding online platforms and digital advertising, our antitrust experts provide an update on the proposals here. Alongside details of the road to this point, the CMA’s headline concerns and recommendations for reform, the update flags the formal launch of the Digital › Read More
03 July 2020 David Smith
A few months ago, when asked to comment on the success or otherwise of the GDPR’s so called one-stop shop I suggested that the house was still out. Whilst there were some worrying signs it was perhaps too early to simply write off the arrangement. Since then we have seen France’s top court, the Conseil › Read More
12 June 2020 Emma Keeling
On 2 June 2020, the European Commission announced that it had launched a public consultation on the much anticipated Digital Services Act package. This package was a fundamental part of the “Shaping Europe’s Digital Future” Communication in February and is a key step to creating a “Europe fit for the Digital Age”. The consultation covers › Read More
01 May 2020 David Smith
Before we all started to feel the impact of the Covid-19 coronavirus emergency and the ICO published its light touch approach to regulation during the pandemic, those who follow these matters closely were already wondering what might have happened to all the ICO’s fines. The UK’s data protection regulator has, not surprisingly, continued to impose › Read More
24 April 2020 David Smith
The ICO’s recently published regulatory approach during the Covid-19 coronavirus public health emergency may not contain any great surprises but should nevertheless bring some welcome relief to businesses. In this time of so much uncertainty anything that limits that uncertainty, even if only in relation to the risks of data protection enforcement, must be a › Read More
21 April 2020 William Samengo-Turner
In what will undoubtedly be a relief for UK’s technology and life science sectors, the government yesterday unveiled the ways in which it plans to support the community of fast-growth businesses that drive so much innovation within its domestic market and around the world. Privately held UK businesses that have raised at least £250,000 in › Read More