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Dutch FilmWorks will be ableto collect and process perosnal data (like IP addresses) of copyright infringers.
Nice pdf and nifty pictures of the relevance of the EU GDPR to US companies.
+4,4% on last year
UK: Deliveroo’s employees fighted their employer for their worker’s rights.
The Court in London (ACA) applied a slightly different definition of worker, where their personality was a fundamental requirements.
So guess what did Deliveroo do? This company adapted their collective bargaining contract to allow drivers to be replaced by someone else.
Italy doesn’t fully follow up to EU rules on management of copyrights (ultimately derived from the principle of free movement of goods and services). The newly-enacted law 148/2017 is not sufficient to satisfy the Italian anti-Trust.
The Chief magistrate hopes to be able to listen to the hearing by 30/4/2018, which means Uber will be allowed to run (temporarily) until that date and beyond, until fulfilment of the appeal.
Despte hte Privac Shield and US efforts, the EU is not satisfied with the current framework yet (surprise surprise), since guidance from the US Department of Commerce and FTC is not sufficient.
The EU Standards are still a milestone. 22 February 2018 the notification duty will enter into force in Oz too.
Yet, I don’t see a specifi deadline to report the breach, whose notification can be excluded when systems are secured again (?).
UK Lawyers are(/were?) the #1 in EU by trademarks registration (overcoming even Germany). What could happen if, after Brexit, IP courts and process were to be split?