Artificial intelligence (AI) developments have led to significant advances in several fields and introduced new cyber risks requiring more robust cybersecurity defenses.
If the seizure of any cryptocurrency or NFT is necessary in Italy, how should it be done?
The Italian privacy authority, the Garante, deemed that the use of Google Analytics results in unlawful transfers of personal data to the United States in violation of the principles outlined in the Schrems II ruling.
The ePrivacy Regulation is finally at a decisive turning point because the Council of the European Union has reached an agreement on the final version of the text.
This new episode of LawBytes brings you the Top 3 predictions on the blockchain for 2020 covering IoT Apps, patent war and fake news remedy.
Does a data monetization strategy require data ownership in the first place? Is it a question of ownership or entitlement to use data?
Big data is the oil of the future, but there are considerable legal challenges in a data monetization strategy that could vanish all efforts, if not adequately considered.
LawBytes #36 deals this week with the new Cybersecurity Act adopted by the EU Parliament and the Japan Adequacy decision