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The European Commission has flagged concerns over the competition advantages gained by the first movers in the Internet of Things due to the treasure trove of data they have managed to collect ahead of newer rivals.
25 January 2022
A key European Parliament committee is pushing for greater consideration of data issues in antitrust.
10 January 2022
Brazil’s telecommunications regulator has issued requirements for the country’s internet infrastructure to have built-in security features aimed at thwarting cyberattacks.
22 January 2021
A US bill that sets cybersecurity standards for IOT devices used by the federal government could also affect private sector security programmes.
19 November 2020
Following a report criticising smart TV data collection, Germany’s antitrust authority has proposed extensive reform to the industry’s practices.
21 July 2020
Herbert Smith Freehills partner Miriam Everett and associate Chloe Kite assess the way in which data collection and data-driven technologies, accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic, might change the way cities function.
02 July 2020
Big data has continued to outperform most other industries as markets rally from their March and April lows, with the cloud computing and cybersecurity sectors leading the way with double-digit gains on the year.
27 May 2020
GDR’s latest news roundup from European regulators includes data breaches, questions about data collected by connected cars and the imposition of fines for blocking investigations.
07 April 2020
The European Commission may boost compulsory corporate data sharing, in a move aimed to encourage the use and re-use of data across the bloc.
19 February 2020
Telecommunications giant Ericsson has launched a series of predictive maintenance products that take advantage of its large datasets – and set out its ambition to be a “data-driven” service provider.
19 February 2020
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