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April's issue of E-Commerce Law & Policy
Highlights of March's issue of E-Commerce Law & Policy include a look at the competition law aspects of the EC's focus on the 'digital single market' by Becket McGrath of Cooley (UK) LLP, and analysis of the (slow) progress towards the commercial use of drones by companies such as Amazon in the US, by Michelle Cohen of Ifrah Law.
Elsewhere, our experts provide insight on the possible impact of the recent Court of Appeal decision in the UK allowing three Safari users to proceed with their complaint over alleged secret tracking by Google, and Feyo Sickinghe and Wilfred Steenbruggen of Bird & Bird discuss the new EU Common Position on net neutrality and how it compares to the US approach. Plus, CJEU case law analysis of the recent Copydan Bandkopi decision, and how it affects the issue of private copying levies, by Gregor J. Pryor and Charlotte Barnett of Reed Smith. Plus much more...
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