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Germany is planning a new law against onlookers of accidents. Photographing and filming of accident victims could be banned
18.05.2016

Germany is planning a new law against onlookers of accidents. Photographing and filming of accident victims could be banned

Onlookers can cause a dangerous situation, against which the Lower Saxony Interior Minister Boris Pistorius (SPD) wants to proceed. He has brought a proposal for a new law: photographing and filming of accident victims should be banned. Such behavior is considered “dangerous and disrespectful to the victims”

“APIS Europe” JSC launches Tax & Financial Standards (Tax&FSt)
09.05.2016

“APIS Europe” JSC launches Tax & Financial Standards (Tax&FSt)

On the day of Europe, we are pleased to present the new European service of “APIS Europe” JSC - Tax & Financial Standards (Tax&FSt) – European taxes and financial regulations.

Apple loses trademark case over ‘’iPhone’’ name in China
05.05.2016

Apple loses trademark case over ‘’iPhone’’ name in China

In a recent case the Beijing Municipal High People's Court ruled in favor of the Chinese company ‘’Xintong Tiandi’’that it had the right to use the name ‘’IPHONE’’ for its leather products in China (including purses, passport cases as well as phone cases).

Operators of a mobile application were found to infringe copyrights in television broadcasts by uploading clips of broadcasts of cricket matches
08.04.2016

Operators of a mobile application were found to infringe copyrights in television broadcasts by uploading clips of broadcasts of cricket matches

The Claimants (England and Wales Cricket Board Limited and Sky UK Limited) contended that the Defendants (Tixdaq Limited and Fanatix Limited) had infringed their copyrights under...

The French data protection regulator (CNIL) fined Google €100,000 for violation of the ‘‘right to be forgotten ‘‘
06.04.2016

The French data protection regulator (CNIL) fined Google €100,000 for violation of the ‘‘right to be forgotten ‘‘

In a ruling dated 13 May 2014 (Case C-131/12), CJEU found that the Internet users residing in Europe can ask search engines to remove results from queries that include their name.

ECJ authorised the refoulement of Dublin returnee to Serbia as a “third safe country”
28.03.2016

ECJ authorised the refoulement of Dublin returnee to Serbia as a “third safe country”

In a judgment, delivered on 17th March 2016, the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) ruled that Regulation (EU) 604/2013 (Dublin III) allows a Member State to transfer ...

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