Across the world, large retail stores and small businesses alike are shutting their doors. International flights and sporting events, conferences and concerts (and everything in between) are being cancelled. With all of the cancellations, postponements, and alternative arrangements that are required as a result of this global crisis, plus the special desire of all retail, travel, and other consumer-facing businesses … Continue Reading
The Digital Economy Bill passed into UK law last Thursday 27 April 2017 amidst the flurry of activity known as the “wash up” period before the dissolution of Parliament and ahead of the early general election in the UK to be held on 8 June. The Digital Economy Act introduces measures to “modernise the UK for enterprise,” and includes plans … Continue Reading
On 12 April 2016, the European Commission launched a public consultation (the “Consultation“) on the ePrivacy Directive (2002/58/EC; the “epD“). Interested parties who wish to participate have until 5 July 2016 to submit responses to the Commission’s 33 questions.
The Consultation marks the next step in European data protection reform, arriving shortly after policymakers finally completed … Continue Reading
On 25 December 2014 a new law on consumer protection will come into force in Poland that may complicate the rules for direct marketing in that country. One of the changes to be introduced under this new regulation is an amendment of the Telecommunications Law supplementing the current implementation of Directives 2002/65/EC, and 2002/58/EC with respect to direct marketing. The … Continue Reading