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The term IT law has acquired its own meaning since 2006 with the introduction of the title specialist lawyer for information technology law in § 14 FAO in 2006. Today, the terms IT law and computer law are only used when referring to collective works primarily founded in the 1990s. The magazine Computer und Recht…
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10. October 2022 0

Imprint: What shall I know about?

What is an imprint? An imprint contains a summonable address of the owner of a website on the internet, so that legal claims against him or her can be enforced in court. The obligation to provide a so-called “provider identification” (imprint obligation) already existed before the GDPR and results from Section 5 of the German…
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19. September 2022 0

Data Protection Online and Offline : all you should know

The General Data Protection Regulation allows any subject to request information on what data is stored or processed about them pursuant to Art. 15. If such information is requested, the data controllers must provide the data they have collected in a timely and complete manner, otherwise the requiring subject would be entitled to claim damages.…
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23. August 2022 0

Data Protection Regulation: a new business challenge

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which has been in force since 25 May 2018, has tightened data protection law in the EU and brings new business challenges. As a data protection law firm, we are there for our clients in all matters relating to the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and national, European…
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8. April 2022 0

Termination of online contracts by electronic means

Termination of online contracts by electronic means: is this legally accepted in Germany?  In its ruling of 29 April 2021, the Regional Court of Hamburg declared a clause providing for electronic communication only to be invalid. According to the case, a  consumer advice centre had criticised the general terms and conditions clause of an online…
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17. September 2021 0

Cloud computing law in Germany an Europe

Cloud computing is currently a major trend in information and communication technology (ICT). Cloud Computing provides enterprises with the possibility to purchase software, storage capacities and computational power specifically via the Internet. This is technically nothing new. A more flexible software and data utilization is possible with Cloud Computing, which the functionality, duration and numbers…
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16. March 2021 0