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October’s issue of E-Commerce Law & Policy
E-Commerce Law & Policy is a monthly publication - both print and online - for global businesses. The journal provides unparalleled analysis and commentary on the legal and regulatory developments and innovations affecting e-commerce.
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In our October issue, we take a look at two aspects of the much-hyped Internet of Things - firstly the issue of cookie consent and the IoT, and secondly data ownership and interoperability in this issue's Roundtable. Also, Eversheds LLP report on the final text for the EU e-ID and trust services Regulation.
Apps are another theme this month, as Germany's DPAs step forward to provide clarity for app developers and vendors on data protection requirements, and the Uber taxi app causes controversy in London.
Plus - much more inside - have a look to the left for full issue contents.
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