cyber security

Cybersecurity – new technologies; new risks

Red Tape | Cybersecurity – new technologies; new risks

Recent cases of hacking have put cyber-security concerns into the headlines and the minds of directors, their customers and, importantly, regulators.

14 January 2016
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Red Tape | Corruption contagion - tip of the iceberg

In high profile cases, the cost of regulatory investigation may just be the beginning of a much longer (and more expensive) story.

13 January 2016
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Red Tape | Website-blocking injunctions to combat the increasing risk of online copyright infringement

We focus on website blocking injunctions, as one measure that has been used or introduced to tackle online copyright infringement.

13 January 2016
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Hackers cause recall of 1.4 million cars

On Friday 24 July 2015, Fiat Chrysler issued the recall of 1.4 million vehicles after cybersecurity researchers demonstrated they could hack into a Jeep Cherokee.

29 July 2015
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AGCM opens investigation on Serie A television rights

The AGCM opens an investigation to verify the existence of alleged “allocation agreements” between Sky and Mediaset for broadcasting of Serie A.

21 May 2015
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Italy’s Consiglio di Stato confirms Telecom Italia's abuse of dominant position

Italy’s highest appeal court upholds fine imposed on Telecom Italia for abuse of dominant position in connection with its broadband network.

21 May 2015
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AGCM accepts measures to increase transparency in the car insurance comparison website sector

The Italian Competition Authority has recently accepted, and made binding, the remedy package offered by insurance comparison website operators.

20 May 2015
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FCO fines producer of portable GPS for RPM infringement in continued focus on vertical cases

The German Federal Cartel Office has fined United Navigation, a producer of portable GPS systems, for inducing retailers to maintain a retail price.

19 May 2015
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Collective Redundancies and the Woolworths case: good news for employers

Collective redundancy consultation and the Woolworths case: King & Wood Mallesons update.

12 May 2015
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In the public interest: What does that mean for whistleblowing claims?

Meaning of “public interest” under whistleblowing legislation: King & Wood Mallesons summarise.

12 May 2015
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Has the worm turned? Zero hours workers bite back

Zero hours contracts and discrimination claims: an update from King & Wood Mallesons.

12 May 2015
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UPC fees consultation launched

The likely success of the proposed Unified Patent Court and Unitary Patent regime depends to a very large extent on the costs involved in relation to: ...

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