38% of US states already have a cyber-insurance with Georgia topping the list for coverage ($100M for “only” $1,8M per year).
Platform to create contracts compatible with Blockchain technology.
Again from teh Netherlands: can a domain be silently renewed?
IN this case ,the consumer appealed to the Van Dam law, which applies to consumer contracts and bans tacit renewals and limits such contracts to max 1 year.
Yet, does the domain provision apply to such law?
According to the Court, not, since a plain domain (without mailbox and additional service) is seen as a single service. This is a one-off and not a subscription that renews periodically (?).
Thanks to 82+ million ransomware threats.
The first hackathon in the Netherlands to see which algorythm can be calculate the chances of the counterparty’s argument.
48 hours to win E5000.
Interesting White Paper by Reed SMith on the legal implications of AR/VR.
While most of users are still playing with Pokemon Go! and similar games, legals should worry about use of copyrighted imagesa nd trademarks, as well as patents, injury and (surprisingly) advertising.
As of 28th August 2017.
Facebook won’t have to pay compesation but users can apply for damages.
Facebook allegedly scanned private messages and used links in such messages to consider them as likes.
The case goes about a circumvention of the duty to issue a warranty to to find locaiton data of a third party. Apple, Facebook and Google are among the companies asking for an upgrade of the law to reflect the technological developments and stand to Privacy Law challenges.
ccording to the EU Payment Directive, platforms whose main purpose is the performance of digital payments have to apply for a license at the Dutch central bank DNB (which requires strict requirements like, among the others, solvibility guarantees).
Things may soon change and include also trading platorms, like Amazon and Bol.Com.
-Exceptions and conditions may apply-