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November’s issue of E-Commerce Law & Policy
E-Commerce Law & Policy is a monthly publication - both print and online - for global businesses. The journal provides unparalleled analysis and commentary on the legal and regulatory developments and innovations affecting e-commerce.
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In our November issue, the US turns its attention to regulating geolocation data with a new bill, China's Supreme Court looks at online rights violations, and Hungary withdraws its proposed internet tax. Plus, Robert Bond of Speechly Bircham's discusses privacy seal schemes and their prospects, Rob Sumroy of Slaughter & May analyses recent trends in the encryption of data, and Jas Purewal of Purewal & Partners explores how the EU is handling the regulation of in-app purchases.
There's much more inside - have a look to the left for full issue contents.
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