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Out-Law: EU opens debate on whether KYC obligations can address problems with identifying IP infringers

A debate into whether internet service providers (ISPs) should be able to deliver content over their networks to anonymous internet users has been launched in the EU. 19 Sep 2014

Cheshire East seeks legal challenge to Willaston green gap homes decision

Cheshire East Council announced this week that it will seek a legal challenge of a planning inspector's decision to uphold an appeal permitting the construction of 146 homes on open countryside near Crewe. 19 Sep 2014

Mayor of London confirms opposition to extended permitted development rights

Mayor of London Boris Johnson has confirmed that he will write to the UK government, objecting to plans to remove exemptions that prevent the conversion of offices to homes without the need for planning permission in parts of London, and to introduce new rights... 19 Sep 2014

Agreement reached in Islington office-to-homes permitted development rights battle

The Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) and Islington Council have finally reached agreement on the restriction of permitted development rights in the London borough, meaning certain locations will be protected from the conversion of offices... 19 Sep 2014

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