Companies could find themselves liable if they fail to understand the risks of business travel through new economy companies such as Uber and Airbnb.
The UK's data regulator has handed out its largest fine to date for a serious data breach by the telecommunications company.
Law enforcement officials in France are reportedly considering proposals to restrict the use of public wi-fi and access to the Dark Net (Tor) networks during potential future crises.
The High Court will today judge whether to grant permission for a review of the government's tender for new legal aid contracts.
The US Supreme Court on Wednesday indicated that Vermont and 17 other states could be prevented from collecting healthcare details from certain employee health plan administrators.
Law enforcement officials and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) remain concerned about an email privacy bill intended to update a 30-year old security law.
After a decision by the Bar Standards Board to downgrade expectation of income from the new business structures, concerns have arisen regarding the financial viability of regulating barrister 'entities'.
A women who found out she has the same degenerative neurological disease gene as her father, and that her child of five has a 50/50 chance of having inherited the disease, is suing her father's doctors for not informing her before she gave birth.
A report from the cross-party group of MPs of the House of Commons Justice Committee has revealed 'grave misgivings' about the criminal courts charge and called for legislation to abolish it.
The London-based Court of Appeal has requested the Court of the Justice of the EU (CJEU) clarify whether EU countries are bound by a previous judgement when constructing national laws on customer data retention.
The Law Society has requested an urgent investigation into the government's procurement of criminal legal aid contracts.
The world's largest car maker faces the largest legal bill in automotive history, as it admits to programming cars to cheat on US pollution tests.
Issues relating to sound recordings could become more of an issue - especially in the context of the camera and audio recording equipment carried by drones, according to the French privacy regulator in an interview with the Robotics Law Journal.
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The Indian antitrust authority has released a lengthy report evaluating allegations of monopoly abuses by Google. The document's release coincides with the launch of a platform to help companies to collectively sue the search engine.
Slater + Gordon, the listed Australian law group, has delayed publication of its annual results for four days, creating speculation that it might have an unpleasant surprise to disclose over its UK purchase, the troubled legal arm of Quindell.
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