Friday, March 22, 2019

Victory for Google confirms US-style “opt-out” class actions are still beyond...

The claim The representative action was brought by campaign group 'Google You Owe Us', led by Richard Lloyd, the former executive director of Which?...

Ad & Tech Giants step up to tackle the problem of...

The Code is a response to concerns about disinformation in the run-up to the European Parliament elections due to take place in May 2019....

CAP releases a new guide for social media influencers

CAP and the CMA have teamed up to create a new guide, "An Influencer’s Guide to making clear that ads are ads", which sets...

CJEU rules that re-posting a photograph without explicit consent may infringe...

The CJEU in its decision did not follow the opinion of the Attorney General, who came to the recommendation not to consider the specific...

New decision on German influencer marketing: Courts in Berlin require disclosure...

While the courts in Munich recently took a more liberal approach and indicated that non-sponsored social media posts do not need to be tagged...

Do social media accounts pass to heirs?

In 2012, a teenager, who was 15 years old at that time, died in an underground train accident. It was suspected that the teenager...

Influencing the UAE – the implications of the new National Media...

World-class brands have recently been resorting to marketing their goods and services on social media platforms through the pages of “followed” and “trending” bloggers...

German influencer fights back against the German competition watchdog on the...

As previously reported by MediaWrites, the rules on influencer advertising in Germany are strict – something that influencers don’t like much. Recently, the German competition...

BREAKING NEWS: Copyright Directive delayed by European Parliament

As readers will know from our previous coverage, the draft Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market contains an ambitious package of reforms...

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