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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

ICO issues several fines for nuisance calls, ISBA introduces Code of Conduct for influencer marketing and Ministry of Justice establishes new expert group to increase confidence and standards in e-signatures, in this week’s round-up of UK techlaw news developments not covered elsewhere on the SCL website.

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Will the Metaverse be a universal platform? Part 1 The technology

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 will look at the potential legal issues and, in this first part, the technology behind the concept

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This Week's Techlaw News Round-up

Children’s code design guidance launched, Ofcom issues final version of notification guidance for video on demand programme services, ICO calls on G7 countries to tackle cookie pop-ups challenge, ICO fines another company for nuisance calls, and more in this week’s round-up of UK techlaw news developments not covered elsewhere on the SCL website.

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This Week's Techlaw News Round-up

Children’s Code in force as of 2 September 2021, Facebook’s takeover of Giphy raises competition concerns, CMA investigates NVIDIA merger with Arm 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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