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AI-generated pleadings: separating facts from fictions

January/February 2024 issue of PLC Magazine In the summer of 2023, stories began to emerge about cases concerning the use of pleadings generated by artificial...

New York Times sue Microsoft and OpenAI alleging copyright infringement of articles

The New York Times sued Microsoft and OpenAI alleging copyright infringement of unlawful use of millions of copyrighted articles to train generative artificial intelligence models...

Council Liable to Pay £6,000 for Aggravated Distress Caused by Data Privacy Failings

January 2023 issue of Entertainment Law Review Partner Alex Dittel writes for Entertainment Law Review about the key takeaways from the Bekoe v Islington LBC...

UK GDPR Extraterritoriality: Scope clarified as Clearview AI wins appeal

December 2023 issue of PLC Magazine Alex Dittel and Maya de Silva discuss the Clearview AI appeal in this article, which first appeared in the...

From Safe Harbour to Data Bridge: Where there is trade there is a will

Privacy Laws & Business, Issue 130, November 2023 Partner Alex Dittel warns that UK businesses may still need comprehensive contracts with their US counterparts to...

Past Age-Assurance Failures: “TikTok Should Have Known Better. TikTok Should Have Done Better”

Entertainment Law Review, August 2023 The message from the UK Information Commissioner John Edwards in a video published on 4 April 2023 adds to what...

THE DPO 2025: Expectations and challenges ahead

Privacy Laws & Business UK Report, Issue 125, January 2023 The demand for highly specialised yet widely skilled and competent DPOs has been constantly increasing...

A sustainable future: will smart energy get us DER?

PLC Magazine, October 2022 Harnessing smart energy data on the Internet of Energy can be beneficial to consumers and businesses alike, and this is best...

The UK’s Online Safety Bill: The day we took a stand against serious online harms or the day we lost our freedoms to platforms and the state?

The Journal of Data Protection & Privacy, Spring 2022 This paper discusses the UK’s Online Safety Bill, which is intended to protect vulnerable individuals online,...

A clear view of the risks of indiscriminate digital facial recognition

Entertainment Law Review, Issue 7, September 2022 This article discusses the recent fine issued to Clearview AI by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for its...

The ICO’s take on ‘effective, proportionate and dissuasive’ GDPR enforcement action

Privacy Laws & Business UK Report, Issue 122, July 2022 The ICO’s draft policy on fines looks to improve transparency and consistency. By adopting a...

Regulatory scrutiny of cookie-less adtech continues to be one of Google’s topics

Entertainment Law Review, Issue 5, March 2022 The use of third-party cookies in digital marketing has come under regulatory scrutiny for allowing advertisers to collect...

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