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E-Commerce Law & Policy

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The monthly law journal giving authoratitive insights into all aspects of e-commerce law and regulations affecting online business, including domain names, Intellectual property, copyrights, online advertising, behavourial advertising, cloud computing, net neutrality, privacy, cybercrime, social media, trademarks, online sales, licensing and software / read more

The June 2016 edition of E-Commerce Law & Policy

Welcome to June’s edition. Thanks to the rise of ‘adblockers,’ which prevent users from seeing browser ads, some websites are now deploying adblocker detection software, which is beginning to draw privacy concerns. Liz Fitzsimons, Partner at Eversheds LLP, examines the legal implications of adblocking detection software in this month’s issue.

The British Phonographic Industry has called for urgent reform to limit IP infringement, but its suggestion: a move to a ‘notice and staydown regime,’ has raised concerns about proportionality for service providers. Jeremy Blum and Sarah Blair of Bristows LLP consider the issues in an article this month.

Also in June’s issue: Daniel Lloyd, Partner at TLT Solicitors, gives his opinion on the European Commission’s measures to enhance the Digital Single Market; Dr. Jörg Hladjk of Jones Day analyses the WP29’s verdict of the EU-US Privacy Shield; a breakdown of Brazil’s new internet decree by Evy Marques and Lays Simão Pedro of Felsberg Advogados; Michelle Cohen of Ifrah Law PLLC discusses the findings and takeaways from the Amazon in-app purchases case; and the aftermath of the Zexi Wei case for the regulation of online advertising in China, with commentary from Vincent Wang of Davis Wright Tremaine.

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