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March's issue of E-Commerce Law & Policy
Highlights of March's issue of E-Commerce Law & Policy include in-depth analysis of the US Federal Communications Commission's Open Internet Order, which reclassifies internet service providers as common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act. Francisco Montero and Davina S. Sashkin of Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth PLC provide a detailed account of the run up to and implications of the new Open Internet Order and discuss the possibility of regulation-creep in the future.
Dan Smith, Director and Head of Advertising and Marketing Law at Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co LLP discusses the regulatory concerns surrounding native advertising and how new guidelines from the UK's Internet Advertising Bureau could help preserve trust. Ted Shapiro of Wiggin LLP also provides his views on the controversial changes posed to the EU's copyright regime.
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