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Draft "Network Enforcement Law" To Tackle Hate Speech And Fake News
German Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection Heiko Maas attracted the attention of many lawyers and legal experts with a new draft law about enforcement within social networks.
Germany
12 Apr 2017
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Interaction Of Social Media With Disclosure Obligations Under The AIM Rules
On 12 December 2016, AIM Regulation published its latest "Inside AIM" update, regarding the interaction of social media and a company's disclosure obligations under the AIM Rules...
UK
16 Feb 2017
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Uberization Of The Labor Market
Recently, the Belgian Secretary of State against Fraud stated that all Uber drivers are to be considered as self-employed workers according to Belgian legislation.
Worldwide
25 Nov 2015
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Why Always Super Mario?
On Friday the FA charged Liverpool player Mario Balotelli for reposting an Instagram message.
UK
15 Dec 2014
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Social Media In Franchise Networks: Reducing The Risks And Reaping The Rewards
There are now over 1 billion members of Facebook and internet enabled devices are tipped to outnumber the global population this year.
UK
29 Apr 2014
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Prize Promotions In Social Media
If an entrant provides their electronic contact details i.e. email address to an advertiser when entering a promotion, or otherwise, they must explicitly provide their consent to receive marketing communications from the advertiser.
UK
23 Jan 2014
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Social Media And The Criminal Law
A discussion on how the criminal law has tried to get to grips with social media.
UK
20 Mar 2013
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Technology M&A - Trends For 2013 - #4: Social Networking
A discussion on the uncertainty of the global M&A outlook for 2013.
UK
4 Feb 2013
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Technology M&A – Trends For 2013 - #2: Smart Mobility
The global M&A outlook for 2013 as a whole appears uncertain.
UK
22 Jan 2013
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Making Tweets Count
Earlier this week the ASA upheld a complaint against Nike in relation to its use of tweets as part of its "make it count" marketing campaign.
UK
26 Jun 2012
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