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New Package Travel Directive: The UK's Consultation Draws To A Close But Questions Remain Over Its Practical Application
The UK government closed its consultation on the implementation of the EU's latest Package Travel Directive in September 2017.
UK
24 Jul 2018
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What Is A Digital Service Provider (DSP) And How Are Dsps Impacted By NISD? (Video)
Partner Simon Shooter on which businesses are classified as Digital Service Providers and what their obligations are.
UK
24 Jul 2018
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Could A Business Be A Digital Service Provider (DSP) And Not Know It? (Video)
Partner Simon Shooter on which businesses are most likely to be surprised as being considered a Digital Service Provider.
UK
17 Jul 2018
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What Exactly Is A Digital Service Provider In The Context Of NIS Directive? Could You Be A DSP And Not Know It?
Bird & Bird's Simon Shooter and Esme Strathcole take a look at the definition of a Digital Service Provider in the context of NISD and ask how a business might understand if it qualifies as a DSP.
UK
13 Jul 2018
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New Package Travel Rules Come Into Force On 1 July: Are You Ready?
On 1 July 2018 national regulations implementing the new Package Travel Directive ("PTD 2") are due to come into effect in EU Member States.
UK
13 Jul 2018
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As The Implementation Date Of The NIS Directive Approaches We Ask: Are Digital Service Providers (DSPs) Aware Of Their Compliance Obligations?
Bird & Bird's Simon Shooter and Esme Strathcole outline the latest developments around the implementation of the NIS Directive, due to be implemented into UK law on May 9, 2018...
UK
13 Jul 2018
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Open Wi-Fi And Copyright - The CJEU McFadden Decision
The CJEU has today delivered its judgment in McFadden, concerning the liability for user copyright infringement of a shop providing free Wi-Fi.
European Union
27 Sep 2016
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CJEU Decision In Meltwater – The Internet Is Saved, Browsing Does Not Require A Licence
The CJEU held that on-screen and cached copies of websites generated by end-users in the course of browsing may be made without the authorisation of copyright holders.
European Union
7 Aug 2014
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