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Talking Tech Law

Talking Tech Law

SCL has been asking key figures from the tech law sector to answer five questions. Their responses give an interesting insight into how they got their start and where they see the profession going and may provide some inspiration for those considering working in this area of law. In this slot, we hear from Mark O'Conor, Sue McLean, Simon Deane-Johns and Neil Brown.

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Government Guidance on Data Protection in a ‘No-deal’ Scenario

The Government has issued guidance on ‘the actions UK organisations should take to enable the continued flow of personal data between the UK and the EU in the unlikely event that the UK leaves the EU in March 2019 with no agreement in place.’

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CJEU Judgment on Inertia Selling on Pre-loaded SIM Cards

According to the Court of Justice of the European Union, the sale of SIM cards on which services that can incur fees have been pre-loaded and pre-activated constitutes an aggressive unfair commercial practice when the consumers are not informed of that fact in advance.

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EU Commission Proposal on Online Terrorist Content

The European Commission has published proposals for new legislation ‘to get terrorist content off the web, making sure that the same obligations are imposed in a uniform manner across the whole Union’.

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The Future of Outsourcing

In the first article to be published online from our Tech Law Masterclass, which will appear in the October/November issue of Computers & Law, Kit Burden looks at developments in outsourcing and what they might mean for tech lawyers

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Scoping Exercise

Mark O’Conor reflects on SCL’s activities and looks forward to the forthcoming SCL Conference

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