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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

Competition law in the digital age

By adopting the 9th amendment of the Act against Restraints of Competition (GWB), the Federal Government improved the regulatory framework governing abuse of market power and mergers. This amendment takes account of the particularities of digital markets, thereby providing effective protection against abuse of market power and guaranteeing effective control of mergers


15. February 2022 0

Facebook – Obbligation to use clear names: Tribunal Decision

Facebook defeated in dispute over obligation to use clear names. Long-registered users may continue to use pseudonyms on the platform, the judges at the Federal Supreme Court have ruled. However, the ruling only applies to old cases. Karlsruhe According to a ruling by the Federal Court of Justice (BGH), Facebook must accept that users who…
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27. January 2022 0

Germany: Federal Office of Justice takes action against Telegram

Germany: Federal Office of Justice takes action against Telegram All social network-users shall be able to file for complain in case the recognize content punishable by law. This is stipulated in the NetzDG.  The messenger service Telegram had problems fulfilling these requirements. “What is Telegram actually? Telegram is a free instant messaging service for the…
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5. October 2021 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

Games law in Germany

Due to the creativity of gaming-participants, Online Law brings constantly new legal challenges up, which we are more than ready to solve with our specialist attorneys. The current legal questions around gaming show the rapid development in all aspects of Games Law. Of course, the classic console games still exists, but the trend towards online…
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23. August 2018 0

IT Outsourcing under German law

IT outsourcing transactions must be legally supported. Depending on the content of the specific project, local, national and international IT outsourcing can be involved in advising on the general IT law, data protection law, professional law, antitrust law, intellectual property rights and intellectual property rights. Our IT outsourcing practice includes the outsourcing of simple or…
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23. August 2018 0