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The Right to be Forgotten Ruling

The Right to be Forgotten Ruling

Iain Wilson gives us his in-depth analysis of NT1 and NT2 v Google Inc, where the delisting of search engine results was sought and which provides the first English decision on the so-called ‘right to be forgotten’

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Seizure and the Duty to Return

A new case highlights the difficulties where equipment and data is seized, the data is copied and the equipment returned. How can unused data be returned and how much effort should be applied to identifying the material to be returned?

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Could I get that in writing?

Richard Osborne of 4 Pump Court reflects on a contract dispute in which the Supreme Court made it clear that anti-oral variation clauses will be enforced.

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Blocking Orders and ISP Costs

The Supreme Court has given its decision in the case concerning the costs of implementing blocking orders sought by Cartier and others, where BT and other ISPs sought reimbursement

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The Risk of Not ‘Reaching for the Contract’

Monica Connolly and Eilidh Smith offer a case review of David MacBrayne Limited v Atos IT Services (UK) Limited and point out the lessons that might be taken from the case

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Smart contracts: can code ever be law?

Hoi Tak Leung, our Associate Editor for Hong Kong and China, takes a fresh look at smart contracts and when or whether they are enforceable.

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