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Hong Kong to bring long-dormant data protection rule into force

Hong Kong employers must prepare for rules on transferring personal data out of the country, said Hong-Kong based technology law expert Paul Haswell  of Pinsent Masons, the law firm behind 18 Jun 2015

News websites can be forced to proactively remove unlawful user comments 'without delay', rules ECHR

Online news providers could be required to proactively remove unlawful user comments on their stories as soon as they appear, according to a new ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR). 18 Jun 2015

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'Connected cars' age presents opportunities for manufacturers to improve recalls process, says expert

Manufacturers of 'connected cars' will be able to use the connectivity of those vehicles to improve the way they handle recalls in the event that faults are identified, an expert has said. 18 May 2015

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