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Catching The Wave: New Data Protection Law In Bahrain
Bahrain's Law on the Protection of Personal Data was published on 19 July 2018, and will come into effect on 1 August 2019.
Bahrain
13 Aug 2018
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GDPR: A Plain English Guide To The Implications For Middle East Marketing Activities
The advertising marketing world is becoming more reliant on data secured from online sources. All of the entities that are involved in the delivery of advertising content to consumers are able to receive ...
Saudi Arabia
25 Jun 2018
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The Legal Issues Arising from Marketing Through Digital Media in the UAE
Digital marketing is using digital media such as television, radio, internet, mobile devices and digital signage (indoor and outdoor) for marketing activities.
United Arab Emirates
11 Nov 2010
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Internet Scaremongering
What do you do when you receive an email from a domain name registrar informing you that there has been an attempt by an unauthorized entity to register your name as a domain name in China?
United Arab Emirates
5 Oct 2010
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New Electronic Marketing Consent Regime for the UAE
In July 2010, the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority announced a new regulatory policy for Unsolicited Electronic Communications ("Spam Policy").
United Arab Emirates
1 Oct 2010
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Industrial Designs – New Implementing Regulations
The Implementing Regulations for Industrial Drawings & Designs Law No. 6 of 2006 have been issued in Bahrain with immediate effect from 25th February 2010.
Bahrain
16 Jun 2010
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Public Health under the WTO; Narrowing the Rights of the Pharmaceutical Industry
When the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights ("TRIPS Agreement") was drafted nearly a decade ago, pharmaceutical protection was guaranteed effective data protection and further schemes were introduced to safeguard the interests of the pharmaceutical companies in countries making use of the transition periods contained in the TRIPS Agreement.
United Arab Emirates
 
26 Nov 2003
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