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HL Tech and Tel: UK Online Safety Bill

For the latest installment of our HL Tech and Tel Tuesday series our Tech and Telecoms Sector Group Lead, Mark Brennan, interviews two of our strategic lawyers on the latest developments...


Separating the real from the fake – Battling fake reviews across the globe
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Nowadays, consumer reviews are a key element of e-commerce and online shopping sites, with some websites and apps dedicated solely to providing customer insights and helping inform a...


UK government publishes updated Online Safety Bill

On 17 March 2022, the UK Government introduced the Online Safety Bill to Parliament. The Online Safety Bill will regulate providers of: services which host user-generated content...


A regulatory snapshot of a changing UK

The reshaping of the UK regulatory and policy environment post-Brexit is firmly underway. There has not been – and likely will not be – a headline-grabbing bonfire of...


Video - Digital regulation post-Brexit

Digital regulation is at the heart of the UK economic strategy. As part of our UK2030 programme, Telha Arshad provides an overview of the current state of play.


Stubbing out duty free: understanding, engaging with and challenging UK Government decisions

Following Brexit, the UK Government has been exercising its new-found sovereignty by entering into international treaties. Many of these treaties concern the UK’s trading...


UK consults on rules for self-driving cars

The UK’s Department for Transport (DfT) has announced that a form of self-driving technology could be lawful on UK roads for the first time by the end of 2021. The technology enables...


UK publishes Online Safety Bill: a new era in digital regulation

Over 2 years since the UK Government first laid out its plans to introduce a new regulatory framework for “online harms”, the Online Safety Bill was published on 12 May 2021....


UK's Digital Markets Unit and EU's Digital Markets Act: Divergence in the regulation of the largest online platforms?

The United Kingdom and the European Union are set to take bold strides towards the regulation of digital markets in coming months. While both are broadly aligned in their intention to...

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