Now even KPN, Tele2, Zeelandnet and CAIW have to comply to the ban within 10 days.
The main obstacle for tech companies will probably be the consent, which s required clean and free for all sort of operations.
Needless to mention, data privacy too will be a big hurdle: not only names and surnames, but also device ID and IP address.
Across the world tops, we see: Forever21, Paypal (actually a subsidiary, if I am not wrong), Deloitte, Verizon, SEC, NHS, Uber and Equifax.
France: transfer of property through blockchain will soon be allowed .
A sign of antropological and legal advancement or a bait for fintech startups and multinationals?
Apparently Uber withheld evidence and got busted by the judge.
In the UK the current Code of Non-broadcast Advertising and Direct & Promotional Marketing (CAP code) by the Advertisinng Standards Authority, there is no explicit mention of AR/VR.
- Regarding the “Electronic cigarette advertising prohibitions” , the same authority above explicitly includes “in-game advertisements (including AR and VR environments)”, and
- even in lack of guidance, the current legal discipline describes marketing communications (i.e. advertisements) as ‘obviously identifiable as such’, therefore even a non-inclusive list of media may not stand this test.
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.