Safari Workaround claimant fights to resurrect class action

Counsel to a putative representative claimant suing Google over its Safari Workaround has told an English appeals court that damages should be available for alleged data protection abuses.

Google accused of infringing adtech patents

Californian tech company Impact Engine has accused Google of stealing technology the tech giant now uses in a range of adtech products, including DoubleClick and Google AdWords.

Hawaii governor vetoes bill that would restrict geolocation data sales

Citing concerns about the bill’s ambiguity, Hawaii governor David Ige has vetoed legislation that would have prohibited the sale of geolocation data collected from satellite navigation-equipped devices without the explicit consent of the user.


The UK online harm framework: a recipe for resistance?

The UK government’s online harms white paper seeks to align tech companies and social media platforms with their users in the fight against the spread of violent and harmful content online. But how this is expected to work in practice, and how will the tech industry react?

The GDPR one year on: key areas for international businesses

A year after the GDPR came into force, Morgan Lewis & Bockius London partner Pulina Whitaker and Philadelphia partner Ezra Church assess the impact of the legislation and questions that have yet to be answered.


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