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Hosted by Iain Larkins and Sandra Martins of Radius Law, The Legal Update provides bi-monthly, snappy round-ups of the big business law developments in the UK, covering commercial, corporate, employment and more.
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Fieldfisher are experts in European digital regulation and guide businesses through the complexities of the EU’s rapidly evolving regulatory environment. Europe is one of the world’s largest internal markets - with our focus on digital regulation for online platforms, social media and emerging technologies (AI, automation, AR/VR etc.) we keep you up-to-date with the EU’s digital agenda, and latest impacting European legislation for the industry.
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On April 17, 2024, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) published its guidance on "consent or pay" models implemented by large online platforms for behavioral advertising. The headline is that, in the EDPB's opinion, in most cases it will not be possible for large online platforms using "consent or pay" models to demonstrate that they have obt…
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In this episode of Fieldfisher's Bytesized Legal Updates podcast, James Russell and Paul Lanois, technology and data specialists at Fieldfisher Silicon Valley, discuss the UK's recent guidance on loot boxes in video games. They explore the industry's self-regulatory approach, transparency standards, probability disclosures, and responsible play. Th…
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The recent guidance issued by the Spanish Data Protection Authority (DPA) on cookies proposes a new exemption for analytics cookies used for strictly limited first party anonymised and aggregated statistical purposes. In this episode of Fieldfisher's Bytesize Legal Update podcast, legal advisor Pardeep Dhanoya and senior associate Andrea Ortega pro…
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The French data protection authority, the CNIL, has fined Amazon France Logistique €32 million for its use of excessively intrusive employee monitoring systems and failing to provide transparency and adequate security to personal data in relation to the use of video surveillance systems, in breach of the GDPR. In our latest Bytesize Legal Update, F…
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The FTC's proposals to amend COPPA and the updated Information Commissioner's Opinion on Age Assurance, are just two of the most recent updates in the area of Age Assurance. With governments and regulators heavily prioritising children's data and their online safety, understanding when you need to implement Age Assurance and how to select the most …
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The recent ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) decision in the Lithuanian Ministry of Health case grapples with the definition of "controllership" under the GDPR. In this case, nearly 4,000 users' personal data had been collected by a Covid-19 mobile app released to the public without the Lithuanian Ministry's express approv…
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Welcome to the January edition of the Radius Law Commercial Bulletin, in association with LexisNexis. This month Iain Larkins, Founder of Radius Law, and Sandra Martins, a senior lawyer at Radius Law, discuss: organisations’ liability for senior managers’ fraudulent acts enter into effect; the Supreme Court’s find that AI machines cannot be ‘invent…
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The Court of Justice of the European Union handed down two landmark judgments last week aimed at the credit reference agency SCHUFA which considers what constitutes automated decision-making under Article 22 of the GDPR, and the issues around the lawfulness of retaining public registry data for commercial purposes. In our latest ByteSize Legal Upda…
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In this latest podcast Oliver Proust, a Partner in Fieldfisher's Technology and Data team based in our Brussel's office, delves into the latest developments surrounding the EU AI Act. Olivier provides a comprehensive overview of the key provisions and implications of this ground breaking legislation that aims to regulate artificial intelligence (AI…
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The Data Act seeks to optimize and leverage the volumes of data (both personal and non-personal) created within the IoT market in order to improve data accessibility to individuals, businesses and governments and create interoperability standards for data sharing. The Data Act also looks to redress contractual arrangements with cloud hosting, by pr…
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It's official - the UK's Online Safety Act (OSA) has finally recieved Royal Assent - clearing the last hurdle to become law in the UK. So what happens now? In our last podcast episode, we explored the Online Safety Bill's journey through Parliament, which businesses would be caught by the legislation and what information was still to come. This tim…
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Clearview AI, a US-based facial recognition technology firm, has successfully challenged a £7.5 million fine imposed by the UK's privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO), for unlawfully storing facial images of UK citizens. The first-tier tribunal concluded that the ICO "did not have jurisdiction" to issue a fine or take enforc…
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After a long series of delays, the UK's Online Safety Act (OSA) has finally finished its journey through Parliament, and just awaits Royal Assent to become law. Like Europe's Digital Services Act (DSA), the UK law aims to tackle the challenge of online harms and protect vulnerable groups online, but varies significantly in both its scope of applica…
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Four new enforcement decisions by Swedish regulator bring the issue of using Google Analytics in Europe back into question. Following the French, Italian and Austrian decisions last year, the Swedish regulator imposed fines on two of the companies, but not the others. Does the lack of fines suggest the use of Google Analytics will increasingly be p…
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On June 13, the Swedish data protection regulator issued Spotify a fine of 58 million SEK (approx $5.4 million USD) for failures in its data subject rights process. In particular, violations of Article 15 and Article 12(1) of the GDPR. What is the legal significance of the case? What did the court have to say about Spotfy's "multi-channel" approach…
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On 10 July 2023, the European Commission adopted its long-awaited adequacy decision for the EU-US Data Privacy Framework (DPF). The DPF replaces the Privacy Shield Framework (Privacy Shield) which was invalidated by the Schrems II decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in July 2020. How is the DPF different to the Privacy Shi…
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On 22 May 2023, the Irish DPC announced it had fined Meta €1.2bn for infringement of Article 46(1) GDPR when it transferred personal data from the EU to the USA. What is the legal significance of the case? Going forward, what does it mean for businesses who transfer their data abroad? In our latest Bytesize Legal Update, Fieldfisher's Natalie Farme…
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Flick Fisher and Natalie Farmer discuss the new EU ruling providing welcome clarification on the standard for anonymization. In this case the EDPS had decided data transmitted to the recipient was pseudonymized data simply because SRB held additional information to decode the data. The Court overturned the decision, and our experts help you underst…
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