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Emerging Technologies, Personality Laws and the Dead

Emerging Technologies, Personality Laws and the Dead

The digital era has reshaped the boundaries of debates on the protection of personality and privacy of the dead.

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This Week's Techlaw News Round-up

CMA publishes compliance guidance for auto-renewing antivirus contracts, FCA perimeter report calls for legislative change to protect consumers, MHRA launches public consultation on future of medical device regulation, New Phone paid Services Authority Code in force on 5 April 2022 and more in this week’s round-up of UK and international techlaw news developments not covered elsewhere on the SCL website.

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This Week's Techlaw News Round-up

ASA launches guidance page on prize promotions for brands and influencers, BEIS publishes report on economic impact of robotics and autonomous systems, BEIS publishes report on potential impact of AI on UK employment and the demand for skills, and more in this week’s round-up of UK and international techlaw news developments not covered elsewhere on the SCL website.

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ICO issues opinion on age assurance

The ICO and Ofcom are working together to understand and address the broad range of online safety risks for children online and to ensure coherence between different regulatory regimes

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This Week's Techlaw News Round-up

ICO's Data Sharing Code of Practice comes into force, CMA issues response to consultation on new pro-competition regime for digital markets, UK government publishes five-point plan for digital trade, and more in this week’s round-up of UK and EU techlaw news developments not covered elsewhere on the SCL website.

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This Week's Techlaw News Round-up

Coverage of news not featured separately on the site. This week, a tech charter for London and the EDPB on South Korea and a cookie taskforce

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Events

SCL Student Bytes: AI and the Law - Monday 1 November 2021 @ 6 pm

An event for students but open to anyone interested in learning more about AI in a legal context, it's benefits and limitations and addressing inherent bias. Particularly of interest to those entering the SCL Sir Henry Brooke Student Essay Prize 2021.

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