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Will the Metaverse be a universal platform?

Will the Metaverse be a universal platform?

Suddenly the metaverse is everywhere. But what are the potential legal ramifications of living and working in this parallel universe? In this two part article a team from Norton Rose Fulbright LLP look at the potential legal issues and the technology behind the concept

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CJEU rules on online sale of counterfeit Louboutin high-heel shoes

The Court considered if Amazon infringed Article 9(2)(a) of the Trade Mark Regulation ((EU) 2017/1001) through advertisements, on its website which incorporated an online marketplace, for counterfeit shoes offered for sale by third-party sellers.

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This Week's Techlaw News Round-Up

DCMS publishes policy paper on Online Safety Bill, Second reading for the Online Sale of Goods (Safety) Bill announced, Patents Court considers unfairness test for university IP policies under consumer protection legislation, Court of Appeal upholds validity of telecommunications standards essential patent and other techlaw news from the past week not covered elsewhere on the SCL website.

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This Week's Techlaw News Round-Up

Ofcom confirms removal of fax machine from universal service obligation, Belgian APD Litigation Chamber approves action plan of IAB Europe and more in this week's round-up of key UK and EU techlaw news developments not covered elsewhere on the SCL website.

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This Week's Techlaw News Round-Up

Ofcom calls for evidence about second phase of online safety regulation, Ofcom launches enforcement programme regarding age assurance measures for adult video-sharing platforms, and more in this week's round-up of key UK and EU techlaw news developments not covered elsewhere on the SCL website.

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