Big Data and the Cloud: Privacy and Security Threats of Mass Digital Surveillance

Preiskel’s Chapter on “Big Data and the Cloud: Privacy and Security Threats of Mass Digital Surveillance” published in the new book “Communications and Competition Law, Key Issues in the Telecoms, Media and Technology Sectors”. Preiskel’s Chapter on “Big Data and the Cloud: Privacy and Security Threats of Mass Digital Surveillance” published in the new book…

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MEF blog on privacy quotes Preiskel article on concerns on use by apps of personal data 

MEF blog on privacy quotes Preiskel article on concerns on use by apps of personal data MEF, the global community for mobile content and commerce has quoted Daniel Preiskel in its Industry Views Article: Is Privacy And Consumer Trust Still Hampering The Mobile Industry? The article prepared by Daniel Preiskel, with input from associate Natalia Porto, reads as follows:…

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Daniel Preiskel was a judge on the ‘Telecoms Oscars’ Global Carrier Awards at Capacity Europe in Amsterdam

Daniel Preiskel was a judge on the prestigious telecoms industry Global Carrier Awards at Capacity Europe in Amsterdam, dubbed the ‘telecoms Oscars’ in some quarters. Over 30 awards were collected by some of the industry’s leading names in front of an audience of 350 during the black tie event.  From cloud through to LTE and SDN,…

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Preiskel & Co LLP act successfully for the Open Rights Group in landmark case


Preiskel & Co LLP acted successfully for the Open Rights Group (ORG) in its intervention in Cartier International AG & others v British Sky Broadcasting & others, the landmark case about internet trade mark infringement. The judgment handed down today by the High Court in London showed the ORG intervention had a significant impact on the decision of the court.…

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Preiskel & Co mentioned in the Guardian article on Cartier’s claim to block websites selling counterfeit goods

The Guaridan article in full reads as follows: Cartier International, the luxury watch and jewellery company, is attempting to block websites allegedly selling counterfeit goods in a test case that could have far-reaching consequences for the internet. Lawyers for the Paris-based company launched their claim at the high court in London on Thursday. It is…

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