Sunday, March 24, 2019

Using Influencers on Social Media to promote your goods and services...

  With the increased use of social media, businesses have shifted from more traditional types of marketing and advertising into the digital environment, with integrated...

Platform liability for misuse of private information – scope of the...

The case concerned a Facebook page published by Mr McCloskey called "Keeping Our Kids Safe from Predators 2". At various times this page featured...

“Fake news is bad, but the ministry of truth is even...

Post-Truth is Born in the USA As Donald Trump's new status as leader of the free world starts to take effect, questions continue to circulate...

Phil Sherrell looks at the Digital Single Market and the challenges...

Head of Bird & Bird's international Media, Entertainment and Sport sector, Phil Sherrell, discusses the Digital Single Market and the implications for media and technology companies.

‘Compensation’ versus ‘punishment’ in Polish copyright – a major court ruling...

Copyright enforcement laws specify the remedies that rights holders can demand in cases of copyright infringement. These include demands to cease the infringement, to...

Uber – a ‘fare’ deal?

Impact of 'worker' status In this case, Uber sought to argue that its drivers were independent self-employed contractors who could choose where and when they...

The ins and outs of geoblocking

Geoblocking has become a controversial topic... The European Commission sees unjustified geoblocking as an impediment to the Digital Single Market, whilst there is a...

The legal position and liability of online travel portals

Back in November 2015, the Eastern High Court of Denmark handed down a judgement in relation to a dispute between the Danish Consumer Ombudsman...

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