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February's issue of E-Commerce Law & Policy
Highlights of February's issue of E-Commerce Law & Policy include in-depth analysis of the Euopean Court of Justice's 15 January decision in the dispute between Ryanair and price comparison website PR Aviation BV regarding the screen-scraping of Ryanair's flight data. Marco Consonni and Ludovico Anselmi of Orsingher Ortu analyse the background of the case, the previous decisions of EU courts and the implications of the ECJ's ruling.
Stephen Groom, Deputy Chair of the Privacy and Data Law Group at Osborne Clarke, examines the latest draft of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation and what it could mean for marketers. Kirk Nahra of Wiley Rein provides commentary on US President Barack Obama's proposals for a number of new privacy and security laws against a backdrop of the status quo in the US.
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