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“Clients say ‘they’re very good at knowledge-sharing’.”

Chambers UK

16 July 2018 - News

Call to regulate social media platforms

While people are increasingly consuming 'news' on social media platforms, trust levels in this content is plunging.

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12 July 2018 - eBulletins

Publishing eBulletin: Summer 2018

Welcome to the summer edition of the Publishing eBulletin. In this edition we’ll be exploring the most important legal developments from the past few months, with a special focus on copyright. From the contentious EU Copyright Directive to territoriality fears…

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11 July 2018 - eBulletins

Data & Privacy eBulletin: trends since GDPR day on 25 May, ICO website changes, UK Data Protection Act and our webinar on subject access requests

Welcome to our quarterly Data & Privacy eBulletin in which we reflect on some of the key developments since April 2018 and, in particular, the momentous introduction of GDPR on 25 May.

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11 July 2018 - News

Extension of the Public Lending Right Scheme to ebooks and e-audiobooks

The Public Lending Right (PLR) Scheme now covers ebooks and e-audiobooks that are loaned from public libraries in the UK, including where they are loaned remotely. This change came into effect on 1 July 2018 and authors and other rights…

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10 July 2018 - News

Coverage: Digital Business Lawyer – loot boxes

One of our Games specialists, Ben McMeechan, shares his views on the legal issues surrounding loot boxes in the games industry in an article for the Digital Business Lawyer.

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05 July 2018 - News

Facebook admits it’s a publisher

Facebook’s admission that it is a publisher confirms what the tech giant has been trying to avoid for many years. John Kelly discusses.

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