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Massachusetts Gaming Commission establishes new data and automated decision-making regulations

Adding to a long list of privacy and cybersecurity obligations, gaming companies are now subject to specific regulations in Massachusetts, which break new ground for an industry awash in...

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Hogan Lovells adds LatAm firepower in Miami and Mexico City Latin Lawyer

Rafael Ribeiro and Pablo Necoechea are highlighted by Latin Lawyer.

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Hogan Lovells Miami Partner Returns From Disney Stint to Help With Intensified Scrutiny in Latin America Daily Business Review

Rafael Ribeiro is highlighted in Law.com's Daily Business Review for his return to the firm.

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Sports beyond football: The esports and video games resolution of the EU Parliament
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While global news had football on their daily agenda, the European Parliament has been planning further ahead. Last month, it published a resolution on esports and video games, appreciating ...

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Hogan Lovells at CES 2023

Lawyers at CES?!

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Tax deduction that aided team buyers and spurred values fades out Sportico

New York corporate partners Michael Kuh and Mark Weinstein provided their insights in Sportico’s recent article titled “Tax deduction that aided team buyers and spurred values...

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Making the Online News: Ofcom raises concerns over Big Tech and future of Media Plurality in the UK

On 16 November, Ofcom (the UK communications regulator) published the “Media plurality and online news” report, which examines the influence of online intermediaries (including...

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Council adopts NIS 2, a renovated framework on Cybersecurity

The NIS 2 Directive ("Directive" or "NIS2") has been approved by the Council. The Directive will be published in the Official Journal of the European Union in the coming ...

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First patch to the privacy laws in Australia: increased penalties for global companies

Increased penalties and wider application of the scope of the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (Privacy Act) come into effect shortly, with the Privacy Legislation Amendment (Enforcement and Other...

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