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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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This Week's Techlaw News Round-up

Health and Care Act 2022 (with restrictions on advertising of “junk foods” online and on TV) granted Royal Assent, High Court rules central government use of private email accounts, instant messaging platforms and auto-delete functions for government business not unlawful, Competition Act 1998 (Vertical Agreements Block Exemption) Order 2022 published 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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ESG and Cybersecurity: Governance is key

In his last column for Computers & Law, our regular contributor on cybersecurity, Peter Yapp, looks at the crucial governance issues that must now be tackled to ensure organisations can survive in the face of increasing threats.

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The Queen’s Speech 2022: what tech lawyers need to know

Government plans Digital Markets, Competition and Consumer Bill, Media Bill, Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill, Electronic Trade Documents Bill, Data Reform Bill, Genetic Technology (Precision Breeding) Bill, Online Safety Bill and Transport Bill.

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