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Hogan Lovells
Over the years, many countries have gradually allowed domain name registrations directly at the second level, for example the United Kingdom (.UK) most recently
Moeller IP Advisors
Echoes of the New Copyright Directive approved by the European Parliament last month extend to the other side of the pond.
Moeller IP Advisors
Argentina is one of the most advanced countries in South America when it comes to the adoption of cloud computing technologies.
Moeller IP Advisors
Argentine Justice orders Blocking Popular Movie Streaming Website Cuevana2 after Copyright Infringement.
Vivanco & Vivanco Corporate Services LLC
Online marketplaces are growing exponentially in Argentina and the LatAm region, and regulations lag notably behind.
Marval O'Farrell & Mairal
There is no specific legislation in Argentina addressing Internet Service Providers' (ISPs) liability in connection with third-party generated content.
Moeller IP Advisors
In a ruling of first instance dated February 15, 2016 in a case where the plaintiff had filed a complaint against the web site DeMotores.com, the judge rejected strict liability...
M & M Bomchil
On July 20, 2016, resolution No. 110/2016 of the Dirección Nacional del Registro de Dominios de Internet (under the Argentine Legal and Technical Secretariat) was published in the Official Gazette.
Clarke, Modet & Co
A esta altura del siglo, hablar de nuevas tecnologías para referirnos a Internet casi no tiene sentido.
Clarke, Modet & Co
Nowadays, alluding to the Internet by talking about new technologies practically makes no sense.
Marval O'Farrell & Mairal
The Court further affirms that Uber's users would find themselves unprotected when hiring its services due to lack of compliance with the relevant regulatory framework.
Jones Day
The Argentine Court found that search engines are not obliged to monitor the internet and the content provided by those who run the websites.
Global Advertising Lawyers Alliance (GALA)
The Supreme Court of Justice of Argentina recently ruled that search engines Google and Yahoo! are generally not responsible for third party content that appears in online search results.
Marval O'Farrell & Mairal
Are employers permitted to monitor social network use (such as Facebook or Twitter) by employees at work?
Estudio Beccar Varela
On May 18 2005 the Senate approved Law 26,032 on Internet Services in order to include the search, receipt and dissemination of information and ideas through the Internet within the constitutional guaranty that safeguards the freedom of expression (Articles 14, 32 and 42 of the National Constitution).
Beretta Godoy
This is an overview of (i) the general tax, customs and labor applicable framework of the software industry in Argentina, (ii) the recent discussions regarding the Income Tax treatment of payments of software royalties to foreign beneficiaries, and (iii) the tax benefits of the newly created software promotional regime.
Beretta Godoy
On October 2000, Argentina enacted its first Data Protection Law. Among other aspects related to the protection of personal data, the Data Protection Law provided for the obligation to register the databases under the scope of such law in a register to be created.
Estudio Mille
Estudio Mille
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