Midnight 1 October 2016 was a historic moment in the history of the Internet with ICANN, a non-profit organization, finally taking control of the global domain name system (DNS). The U.S. government’s contract to perform the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) functions (the IANA contract) has expired. Whilst the U.S. certainly invented the underlying technology (with British computer scientist … Continue Reading
On 11 June 2015, Hogan Lovells’ Paris office hosted a seminar on cybercrime, focusing on practical ways for companies to address cybersecurity challenges.
Whether it takes the form of thefts or misappropriation of personal data or of attacks against a computer system or website, cybercrime is a threat that has considerably increased over the last years and that all companies … Continue Reading
On May 30, 2013, the Hogan Lovells Paris office hosted a seminar on internal and external social networks. While the informal nature of social networks, whether they are public or internallydeveloped by companies, is at the origin of their success, we still need to be aware that these platforms of self-expression are regulated. From labour law to personal data through … Continue Reading