Below is a list of all articles published on the site since 1998 (most recent first)
- Editorial 04/03/2014
Laurence Eastham considers some tough questions and wishes the CJEU in Svensson had given us more guidance on hyperlinks, or a lot less
- Indemnity and Limitation of Liability Provisions in Software Product Licensing Contracts 24/02/2014
Using his experience compiled over a series of transactions, Raghunath Ananthapur brings these two common contractual provisions into close focus and offers his insights into the ‘market standard’ and the approaches that work best.
- What’s in a Name? – Court of Appeal Judgment in Edem 10/02/2014
Anya Proops reports on the judgment given on 7 February in the data protection case of Edem v The Information Commissioner and the Financial Services Authority
- The Price of Convenience 10/02/2014
Lillian Pang and Peter Lee ask some difficult questions about data protection and privacy regulation, the effects of the ‘hoovering-up’ of data by all manner of applications and the extent of the real demand for privacy in the use of technology
- Nominet and Inappropriate Terms in Domain Names 04/02/2014
Jane Seager explains a new policy development arising from concerns about the use of offensive terms, including those describing serious sexual offences, in domain names registered by Nominet
- Game Over for Excessive TPM?: The Nintendo Ruling 03/02/2014
Gareth Dickson explains what the recent CJEU ruling really means, as the Court clarifies when a computer program is not a ‘computer program’. Gareth goes on to consider the practical implications of the limited guidance given by the Court.
- Trade Secrets 01/02/2014
A group of lawyers from Linklaters offices across Europe look at the proposals for Europe-wide protection of trade secrets, and the implications for the IT sector. The authors are Daniel Pauly (Frankfurt), Pieter Van Den Broecke and Tom de Coster (Brussels), Ewa Kurowska-Tober (Warsaw), Pauline Debré (Paris) and Peter Church (London).
- Un-Safe Harbor: Is Safe Harbor an adequate means of protecting EU personal data transferred to the USA? 28/01/2014
Kirsten Whitfield and Uchechi Okereke examine the health of the US Safe Harbor
- Google Brought Down to Earth: Landmark Privacy Development 28/01/2014
Philip James reflects on the recent High Court judgment that allowed a claim against Google Inc to be brought in proceedings in England and Wales, which (especially in the context of other actions impacting on Google and its ilk) may have much wider implications for privacy and data protection.
- Injunctions, Limitation of Damages and True Loss 23/01/2014
Richard Osborne considers the issues that arose in a fascinating recent High Court case, where one party sought an interim injunction to stop the other from terminating a contract
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