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As defined by CASAGRAS the Internet of Things (IoT) is understood to be “a global network infrastructure, linking physical and virtual objects through the exploitation of data capture and communication capabilities.”  Obviously, IoT devices became a very important part of our daily life. We could hardly imagine a routine without using such helpful tools. Most of the gadgets need to be connected to another machine to function properly. Which means they operate under the same…
What is arbitration? Arbitration is a private system of adjudication. Parties who arbitrate have decided to resolve their disputes outside any judicial system. As far as the arbitration conducted without the intervening of any governmental judiciary, it gives the parties substantial autonomy and control over the process. Nowadays, international commercial arbitration has become the norm for dispute resolution in most international business transactions. So, what exactly makes the arbitration so attractive to businesses? Advantages of…
The digitalization of everyday life influences directly our habits, diet, and diseases. Now with the help of new mobile apps everyone can track the number of calories consumed, create personalized nutrition plans, discover the ingredients, vitamins of the favourite food, measure his/her heart rate, pressure, control fitness achievement, health condition, and other aspects of life and make it much more convenient, but at the same time, these devices collect the enormous number of sensitive personal…
Paper work is the thing the tech companies always are scared of. However, if company provides services under multiple business models it is always necessary to sign a sufficient contract with every client. Moreover, clients are the persons who like always to renegotiate some clauses of agreement which means you need to resign it. One solution for all of your problems is MSA or Master Services Agreement and here is why. T&M, Fixed Price and…
Sale of personal information is a hard topic within the privacy field. Most companies do not sell the personal information of its customers or contractors however it may happen that company will be necessitates to undertake some actions which fall under the scope of selling of the personal data. Hence, let’s take a look at what the selling of personal information is and when the company is entitled to sell its customers’ personal data. What…
On July 12, 2020, the Regulation (EU) 2019/1150 of the European Parliament and of the Council on promoting fairness and transparency for business users of online intermediation services entered into force (hereinafter referred to as “Regulation”). From this article you will learn its most important principles and how to judge for yourself whether you need to adapt to it, or not, and if so – how.   Let’s start by explaining who will be affected…
Many companies entering the EU market are horrified at how many rules there are regarding the processing of personal data. Despite hundreds of pages of rules, restrictions, regulations and excessive fines for their non-compliance, the GDPR is not as scary as it seems. First of all, we need to understand what is the definition of the GDPR? GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a privacy (and partly security) law adopted by the European Union. Fines…
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is a challenging privacy and security law adopted by the European Union. Moreover, this regulation also relates to the transfer of personal data outside the EU and EEA zones, with some caveats: naturally, the main (and only) focus of this regulation is to protect European residents, among all data subjects. Game developers mainly release their products to the world. In simple words, if you process the data of at least…
Since 2018 when the GDPR entered into force, all business entities, natural persons, and governmental agencies should keep constantly in mind and observe the rules and principles on data privacy which it prescribes. Well, it depends of course, but one cannot argue, that General Data Protection regulation became a revolution. So, under the GDPR all persons or entities directly interacting with the Personal Data are divided into the following categories: data subject controller processor third…
How sad is it when you work for months on something really great and after it is finally published, the other website steals what belongs to you? Modern artists – software developers, representatives of the music, gaming, publishing and film industries, all copyright holders who have posted their works on the Internet – might know. It hurts not only in the “I`ve-done-it” way, but in finance way, too. When the work is republished without author`s…