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Germany puts social networks on a short leash – Who is affected?
How are digital companies affected by the "Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz" (Network Enforcement Act - NEA), a new law in Germany, which intends to tackle the highly controversial issue of hate speech and other illegal content on social media platforms.
Fieldfisher grows Dusseldorf office with lateral Intellectual Property hire
European law firm Fieldfisher has grown its intellectual property team with the hire of intellectual property partner Benjamin Grzimek.
Datenkartelle, Hate Speech, Fake News – Scheitert der Staat am Internet?
Experten diskutierten bei einem Event der Bucerius Law School & Fieldfisher über Regulierungen im digitalen Markt.
We thought 2015 was arguably the most exciting year in the history of privacy. Well 2016 has brought even more changes, challenges and chances to this field: the GDPR was published; the EU-US Privacy Shield took over from Safe Harbour, e-Privacy legislation is being reformed, a new UK Information Commissioner arrived and last but not least the UK referendum result was for Brexit, adding a sizable serving of uncertainty.
Richard Todd and Jayne Backett are mentioned in 'Fieldfisher closes bespoke asset based finance loan for RM Capital'