Getting back to basics – what businesses need to be up-to-date and compliant.
Data Protection Top 10 2017/18
GDPR and Data Processing Agreements
Any business that is subject to the EU General Data Protection Regulation as a Controller will need to have in place an appropriate contract with any ...
Bristows Legally Speaking! Using Legitimate Interests for Direct Marketing-22 November 2017
Connected TV World Summit 2017
Data Protection Update
GDPR and Data Processors
Should we rely on automated decision making technologies?
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IP & IT analysis: A new report ha...
2016/17: Data Protection Top 10
2016 was, well, an “interesting” year. In between Brexit and Trump, there was plenty of news (and a few surprises) on the data front as we...
A Brief Introduction to Adblockers
An introduction to Adblockers for lawyers
Adblocking has become somewhat of a sensitive topic over the past few years for both online advertisers and publishers. It arguably represents one of ...
Software Contracts Update 2015 - Open Source Software
Software Contracts Update 2015 - Software License Audits
Introduction to Public Procurement
Tax issues for Tech start-ups
Surveillance Technologies and Privacy: Automatic Number Plate Recognition
The development of modern-day surveillance technologies, which are significantly more intrusive than their predecessors, raises a number of data priva...
New UK “Google Tax” on Diverted Profits
In December 2014 the Chancellor announced in his Autumn Statement that a new tax, to be called Diverted Profits Tax (DPT), would be introduced with ef...
Spanish "Google Tax"
In January 2015 Spain will introduce its so-called “Google tax”, a measure which has caught the attention of lawyers and online news aggre...
Contracting for Agile Software Development
An Agile Jargon Buster
It should be noted that there are no strict definitions for each of the terms in this glossary. By definition, the process and the terms used are &ldq...
Contracts for Start-Ups – The basics
Digital Copyright – Liability of ISPs
It has been just over two years since the High Court of England and Wales first considered the liability of ISPs for digital copyright infringement by...