IoT based cyber attack against the Internet calls for standardization

No software is 100% secure, and Internet of Things technology is no different. However, because of public perception it is even more important for the IoT industry to find “adequate” safety standards to meet businesses’ and consumers’ cybersecurity needs.Giulio Coraggio Read the rest of this entry »

Online procedure for resignation and sport: does this procedure apply to athletes?

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Resignation procedure for employees

Under the recent employment law reform in Italy, known as the “Jobs Act”, as of 12 March 2016 employees must resign exclusively through an online procedure.

From 12 March 2016, an employee who wants to resign must obtain a PIN code by accessing a specific section of INPS’ website and following the instructions on the website. Read the rest of this entry »

Corporate Criminal Liability for Gaming Operators

The potential corporate criminal liability of gaming operators/suppliers is a hot topic at the moment in Italy for both Italian and foreign gambling entities.Giulio Coraggio Read the rest of this entry »

Top 5 takeaways from IoT panel at DLA Piper European Tech Summit

The DLA Piper Technology Summit 2016 has been a groundbreaking event, bringing together thought leaders from across the European and wider technology industry.Giulio Coraggio Read the rest of this entry »

FOLLOW US! Seminar “Privacy: Courts facing Courts. Access and use of data within and outside EU” – 13 and 14 October 2016 at the Palace of Justice of Milan.

If you want to learn more about access to and the use of data within and outside the European Union, follow this event next Thursday 13 October and Friday 14 October from 9.30 a.m. to 1.15 p.m. and from 2.30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Aula Magna “Emilio Alessandrini – Guido Galli” of the Palace of Justice of Milan, Corso di Porta Vittoria. Read the rest of this entry »

Digital Content Distribution: the EU Commission Inquiry

Cavalcanti CV.2A few weeks ago the EU Commission published the preliminary report of its inquiry on the e-commerce sector launched in May 2015, in the context of the Digital Single Market Strategy, DSM Strategy. The Inquiry is investigating both online sales of consumer goods and sale / license of digital content, and the latter is the subject of this post. Read more below and its’ worth noting that stakeholders have until the end of October to send their contributions. Read the rest of this entry »

The € 500m gaming contribution still in a limbo

The never ending story around the € 500 million contribution paid by Italian AWP and VLT licensees in 2015 has not reached an end yet.Giulio Coraggio Read the rest of this entry »

Internet of Things devices are NOT privacy compliant

An investigation run by 26 privacy authorities showed that 60% of the reviewed Internet of Things technologies did not pass the test of compliance with data protection laws. Giulio Coraggio Read the rest of this entry »

Back to the Future #2: five contract issues around robotics, automation and AI

AI, smart robots and automation are a tangible reality – as discussed in a previous post – which, although not yet fully addressed from a legal perspective, should be addressed in medium- to long-term technology contracts.

Here are the top five contract issues to consider when dealing with services based on robots or artificial intelligence:Olivi Fusion Read the rest of this entry »

How the new privacy portability right will change your industry

The new privacy data portability right is empowering individuals to have a full control on their personal data representing both an opportunity and a risk for companies. Giulio Coraggio Read the rest of this entry »

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