Privacy law prevents monitoring of employees’ Skype calls and messages even in case of calls/messages potentially harmful for employers according to the Italian Data Protection Authority. But what will happen under the new Job Act provisions?
Stylized animals have been used by fashion houses on their clothing items for decades, enjoying enduring success. Device trademarks including animals have become quite iconic, like the Abercrombie’s moose, Harmont&Blaine’s dachshund or Ralph Lauren’s horse (with riding polo player). Among the most famous logos including stylized animals, there is certainly the crocodile of Lacoste, which has been used for almost ninety years and was created by Mr. René Lacoste, nicknamed “the Crocodile” by fans because of his tenacity on the tennis court.
Following the Tripp Trapp case – commented here – the Court of Justice of the EU (‘CJEU’) has recently issued another interesting decision on trademarks representing the shape of goods.
Italian Communications Authority launches public inquiry into digital platforms and electronic communication services
The Italian Communications Authority (AGCOM) launched a public inquiry into the development of digital platforms and electronic communication services on September 17 2015. The inquiry will conclude on March 15, 2016, and methods for participation of stakeholders will soon be released via the AGCOM website.
Join us tomorrow at 4:00 PM CET for a new session of our Sports and Media Webinars. We will be providing an update on the Digital Single Market, including, among other things, Copyright and Geoblocking, the review of the Audiovisual Media Services and Cable and Satellite Directives, E-commerce Regulations.