Here are some interesting articles on Italian and international internet liability law related issues drafted by either Giulio Coraggio or the other authors of GamingTechLaw.
On Friday 24 January 2014 at 9.15, we will be holding a very interesting event named #FASHIONLINE - Fashion bloggers, e-commerce & wearable technology issues in collaboration with Borsa Italiana (the Milan stock exchange) in Milan at Palazzo Mezzanotte.
The web tax previously covered has now become more and more a Google tax given that its final approved version relates only to online ads and sponsored links, but the main issue concerns the obligations deriving from this provision in terms of Internet liability principles.
A web tax also renamed as "Google tax" aimed at obliging foreign Internet operators to pay Italian taxes is currently subject of discussion before the Italian Parliament and has raised considerable concerns also in relation to its potential lack of compliance with EU principles of the new tax related Internet liability regime.
After having debated about wearable technologies, special rules for foreign franchisors in Italy and 3D Printers à la mode, in this fourth post of the fashion-dedicated series, celebrating the Milan fashion week, my colleague Sara Balice will discuss about the new frontier of the fashion industry marketing communication: social media.