Pubblicati da Tommaso Ricci

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Tech it easy: LegalTech applied

How Legal Technology will disrupt the way lawyers work day by day Everybody is talking about LegalTech, but what does it really mean and what is LegalTech applied? By Alessandro Rubino The term LegalTech refers to a set of technologies that law firms shall adopt and implement in order to stay up-to-date with the new […]

💡#LEGALDESIGN: how to write attention catching emails?

LGL + DSGN = (legal design) Innovative Legal professionals are always looking for an holistic approach to develop new models of user-friendly, accessible, and engaging legal services. That’s when legal design comes in: combining #DesignThinking with the world of law, to make legal systems and services more human-centered, usable, and satisfying. Do you know how […]

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Privacy: come prepararsi alla Brexit

La Brexit potrebbe comportare cambiamenti sostanziali nella strategia di compliance privacy delle società, soprattutto quelle con sedi nel Regno Unito o che scambiano dati personali con società basate in U.K. . Il Garante privacy lo scorso 18 febbraio 2019 ha reso noto che il Comitato Europeo per la Protezione dei Dati (EDPB) in una recente nota informativa ha chiarito quali conseguenze potrebbe […]

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Facebook “free” claim sanctioned

Facebook is not free anymore (and has never been) Half victory of #Facebook in Italy on the #privacy side: the Regional Administrative Court of Lazio (TAR) partially voided the Antitrust Authority’s decision which sanctioned the company for a total of 10 million euros. > The Court has confirmed the 5 million sanction for unfair commercial practices regarding the false […]

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Cookiebot: what changes after Planet 49 decision?

Cookies are a tricky topic for web professionals. Essential to the sites that use them, annoying to the consumers who agree to them, and misunderstood by plenty of people on both sides. The GDPR has indirectly imposed higher standards for cookie usage – in particular what constitutes valid consent and transparency. The  Court of Justice […]

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📹First GDPR fine in Sweden: facial recognition at school📹

Facial Recognition under GDPR For the first time the Swedish Data Protection Authority, Datainspektionen, has issued a fine for violation of the rules introduced by the General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR, towards a school that implemented a facial recognition system to monitor students’ attendance in class. The GDPR, which was transposed into national legislation by […]

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🛫New Drones Law in Europe🛫

On July 1, 2019, the set of specific European rules for Unnamed Aircraft Systems (UAS), commonly referred to as drones, came into force. These rules set out the general principles for ensuring safety, protecting privacy and safeguarding the environment. Let’s see what are the main changes for manufacturers and users. 1. Why a new regulation? […]