Preiskel’s Stephen Dnes shares some thoughts on the Google case. In professional sport, it would be unusual to take seven to ten years to warm up for an event. The accurate word for that activity would perhaps be “spectator”: a champion in the same sense that a viewer of televised golf might be the next…Details
Danny Preiskel’s latest article for the Mobile Ecosystem Forum (MEF) blog “Embracing Consumer Trust and GDPR” was published yesterday. The post contains Danny’s views on the importance of the forthcoming GDPR and shares details of the GDPR conference to be held in Milan on June 15th, put together by Preiskel & Co and other Lexing Network specialised tech…Details
On 16th March 2017 EU Commissioner for Competition, Margrethe Vestager made an important speech concerning competition policy for the technology sector. She spoke about the way that computer algorithms are being used in ways that could facilitate breach of the law. Her comments covered issues arising from the Google investigation, concerns raised about social media and,…Details
Danny Preiskel’s latest contribution for the MEF blog, regarding his insights into Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona, was published by the Mobile Ecosystem Forum (MEF) and can be found here. The blog post contains Danny’s views on MWC which is the largest event in the mobile industry calendar, as well as the contribution of other senior names…Details
On 10 January 2017 the European Commission has adopted a Proposal for a Regulation concerning the respect for private life and the protection of personal data in electronic communications (“the draft e-Privacy Regulation” or “the Proposal”) which will repeal the Directive 2002/58/EC on privacy and electronic communications (the “e-Privacy Directive”). The draft e-Privacy Regulation provides…Details
As well as being a senior consultant here at Preiskel, I am a writer and journalist about law and policy matters. Since June I have been writing a lot about Brexit. Brexit is, for me, fascinating. There is complexity, as it brings together policy and law, trade and economics, and political and constitutional issues. And…Details
High Court rule that Government do not have power to trigger Article 50 under royal prerogative.
Here the full judgment and the summary:
On 5 May 2016 the Court of Milan condemned Google to pay EUR 503.400,95 plus interests for late payment for lack of fairness and abuse of economic dependence in the context of the early termination of a contract entered into with the advertising and search engine operator Attrakt. The Italian court also condemned Google to…Details
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Gianpaolo Gangemi, associate, and Daniel Preiskel, partner, at Preiskel & Co, explain the guidelines recently published by Body of Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) and consider their implications for legal practitioners.
The European Commission is seeking stakeholders’ views on the Preliminary Report of the e-commerce sector inquiry
The European Commission is soliciting views and comments of interested stakeholders about the preliminary findings of the sector inquiry on e-commerce. The Commission’s findings are illustrated in a Preliminary Report published on 15 September 2016. The consultation will be open until 18 November 2016. Background The European Commission launched the sector inquiry on the e-commerce in May…Details