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The legal implications and challenges of deepfakes

The legal implications and challenges of deepfakes

Intellectual Property analysis: Kelsey Farish, solicitor specialising in technology at DAC Beachcroft, considers the issue of ‘deepfakes’, its legal i ...

The Platform to Business Regulation (the “P2B Regulation”) – why worry?

The Platform to Business Regulation (the “P2B Regulation”) – why worry?

Is the new P2B Regulation a call to action for online platforms? The EU Platform to Business (“P2B”) Regulation aims to promote fairness and transpare ...

Collaboration in the FinTech Community

Collaboration in the FinTech Community

The Whitecap Bristol and Bath FinTech Ecosystem report earlier in 2020 highlighted the success of the sector in the region. One of the perhaps more un ...

US copyright enters the social media age

US copyright enters the social media age

New US Copyright Office rules will make it easier for social media creators and bloggers to protect their work. But is the US still behind the times? ...

Managing Micromobility

Managing Micromobility

Martin Wedderburn, a leading transport consultant, shares his views on the opportunities presented by this evolving form of transport.

Preparing for a driverless future?

Preparing for a driverless future?

The journey to vehicle automation is well under way, but there is much more to be done to enable the safe deployment of driverless cars when they come ...

Artificial Intelligence and the Insurer

Artificial Intelligence and the Insurer

No longer used solely by innovative technology companies, AI is now of strategic importance to more risk-averse sectors such as healthcare, retail ban ...

Flexible workplaces - The PropTech effect

Flexible workplaces - The PropTech effect

Real estate and flexibility have not traditionally gone hand in hand. Dealings with property have a reputation for being slow moving, time consuming a ...

Telecoms Law Update – The Right to Survey Clarified by the Court of Appeal

Telecoms Law Update – The Right to Survey Clarified by the Court of Appeal

The University of London –v- Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited Judgment has been handed down today by the Court of Appeal in the c ...

Proliferation of applications for Code powers

Proliferation of applications for Code powers

Nearly two years ago, on 28 December 2017, the new Electronic Communications Code (“the Code”), set out in Schedule 3A to the Communications Act 2003, ...