Mondaq Europe: Information Technology and Telecoms
Glimstedt Straus & Partners
Based on the order from the Estonian Chamber of Notaries, the Centre of Registers and Information Systems of the Ministry of Justice has tailor-made a new info system „e-notary”, which was taken into use on June 1st 2007 and has brought about numerous positive impacts.
Preu Bohlig & Partner
Software can be sold in the widest variety of formats, for example based on a data carrier, by transfer of a master copy on a data carrier, by online download, in OEM models or for online use (cloud computing, ASP, etc.).
Oppenhoff & Partner Rechtsanwälte
With ever greater frequency open source software is becoming a topic at corporate acquisitions, and not only where the sale or acquisition of software enterprises is concerned.
Mayer Brown
The term "Cloud Computing" is generally used to describe services through which a company accesses software applications, databases, infrastructure and related services via the Internet or other networks.
Hassans
The passing of the Security and Accountability For Every Port Act (“the SAFE Port Act”) by the US Congress on 30 September 2006 was described by the Chief Executive Officer of a major internet gaming company as a ‘significant setback for our company, our customers and our industry’.
Hassans
With the ever increasing use of computers in our daily lives and their ability to store and process data, the protection and safeguarding of personal data is becoming increasingly important in today’s world.
Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale
As widely reported, the court of Milan has recently convicted three officers of Google in connection with a video, uploaded on Google video, of a boy affected by the Down syndrome being bullied by his classmates.
Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale
The development of the Internet in Italy begun only in the late 1990s and Internet use has only recently become widespread.
Fenech & Fenech Advocates
The recent riots in various parts of England earlier this month have sparked controversy on whether governments should take control and shut down social networks in times of social disorder bringing up the eternal question on how our civil liberties and government control can be balanced on the web and beyond.
De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek N.V.
After three years of preparation and two public consultation rounds, the first ever cyber security bill was submitted to the Dutch parliament in January 2016.
NautaDutilh
Further to our last newsletter concerning the use of cookies, the supervisory authority OPTA has issued a FAQ document in this respect.
NautaDutilh
In one of our previous newsletters we described the rules laid down in the Telecommunications Act regarding the sending of marketing information by e-mail.
MGAP
Since 2014, in cases where corporate conflict blocks a company's activities, Russian law has allowed company members to demand the company's judicial liquidation.
Pinsent Masons LLP
The UK government has launched a consultation into insolvency in the aviation sector, examining how airlines can wind down with the minimum impact for passengers and taxpayers alike.
Taylor Wessing
On 23 June 2016, the UK voted to leave the EU. As with other sectors, the uncertainty around Brexit appears to be having an impact on the telecoms sector in terms of the timing of transactions and the risk of business relocations.
Fieldfisher LLP
Greg Wyler's OneWeb has entered into new alliances with Airbus Defence and Space and with Intelsat, has obtained $500m million of funding from leading companies and has struck a deal described by OneWeb as the largest commercial rocket acquisition ever.
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Quarterly update summarising regulatory and legal developments from the last three months in the communications, media and satellite sectors in Europe.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Oracle is a licensor of software, of which a large proportion is obtained through download.
MacRoberts
This weekend, the 12 month grace period for compliance with the new EU cookie rule comes to an end.
Thomas Eggar
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the UK is now officially in recession as the economy has contracted for the past two quarters.
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