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A LIST OF AI INNOVATIONS INFLUENCING THE LEGAL FIELD

AI and Technology systems innovation (AI-tech) has become a beacon of hope of what can be achieved by improved use of data science and machine learning to cope with a number of principal legal tasks in the judicial system.  Players in the legal field want to know how to make necessary improvements in the use of technologies and how it [...]

THE INTERNET OF THINGS AND CYBERSECURITY

We live in extremely exciting yet precarious times. Technological advancements have made it possible for normal objects and gadgets to be equipped with the ability to identify, sense and process information as well as networking and communicating with other devices to achieve some useful objective.[i] This networking of devices to the internet has been termed the Internet of Things (IoT). [...]

By | 20th March, 2019|Cybersecurity, PPM Attorneys|

GDPR ENFORCEMENT: A PENALTY OF 50 MILLION EUROS AGAINST GOOGLE LLC

On 21 January 2019, the French Data Protection Authority’s (the “CNIL” ) restricted committee imposed a record fine of 50 million euros to Google LLC (“Google”). The main ground for its decision was non-compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) for lack of transparency, inadequate information and lack of valid consent regarding ads personalization. This penalty is based on [...]

By | 19th March, 2019|Data Protection, GDPR, IT Law, PPM Attorneys, Privacy Law|

The African National Congress Loses its Domain Dispute: Tips on How Not to Lose Yours

The African National Congress ("ANC") has lost a domain dispute it lodged against a former service provider - Unwembi Communications ("Unwembi"). In what should have been a claim with good prospects of success, the 107 year old movement with a very strong and well known brand failed to prove its case. The matter involved three ANC employees who were tasked [...]

By | 8th February, 2019|Copyright, Domain Disputes, IP Law, PPM Attorneys|

Do not click on that link – it might be a phishing email

Many people have been swindled out of their hard-earned money due to lack of information on fraud.  On a daily basis, fraudsters prowl the internet in search of their next victim. Do not become the next victim!  The rule of thumb is “if an offer looks too good to be true, it probably is.” Joe received an email on his [...]

By | 8th February, 2019|Consumer Law, Contract Law, Cybersecurity, Information Security, PPM Attorneys|