Digital Technology

The Master’s Conference is launching its 2022 programing with a two day conference in Washington DC featuring CPW’s own Ericka Johnson.

Focused on legal technology, the in-person conference will bring together industry stakeholders who will share their knowledge and discuss topics and solutions for challenges in and around the legal space,  including eDiscovery, cybersecurity and

CPW is pleased to announce that today David Oberly joins Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP’s globally-recognized Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice from Blank Rome, where he played an instrumental role in launching the firm’s Biometric Privacy Practice.  As a recognized thought leader in the biometric privacy space, David serves as a go-to expert

As Carlton Daniel and Jack Wood cover in more detail at SPB’s IPtech blog, “[b]rands and agencies are responsible for ensuring that influencer behaviour on social media complies with ad disclosure rule. The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has introduced a novel approach to sanctioning influencers who consistently fail to disclose ads on their Instagram accounts.

On 10 November 2021, the UK Supreme Court unanimously rejected Mr Richard Lloyd’s attempt to bring representative proceedings against Google. Styled by the Court of Appeal as a champion of consumer protection, Mr Lloyd sought damages for approximately 4 million Apple IPhone users under section 13 of the Data Protection Act 1998 (“the DPA 1998”) after the unlawful processing of their data. He had suggested uniform damages at £750 per user which would have landed Google with a bill for £3 billion.
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