BWB write for LUPC Magazine about the eight definitive changes that the GDPR will bring and what organisations will need to review - and in many cases revise - to deal with the increased compliance burden.
The expansion of the internet with the introduction of hundreds of new domain name suffixes is opening new opportunities for charities. Mathew Healey looks at how charities can harness the power of the new domains.
The Grand Chamber of the ECHR has found that Article 10 of the European Convention on Human Rights includes a right to information held by a public authority in certain circumstances.
Charity trustees are under a positive duty to safeguard their charity’s resources, including new products or tools that could be at risk of copying. Catharina Waller explains how charities can protect creative assets using their intellectual property rights.
Recent changes have seen design rights afforded a similar level of protection to other intellectual property rights.
Gemma Boore comments on the requirement for gambling affiliates to be aware of all industry regulation.
The expansion of the internet with the introduction of over 600 new types of domain names is opening new opportunities for charities. Catharina Waller looks at how charities can harness the power of the new domains.
When charities clash in court over names and brands, there are no winners. This was the message delivered loud and clear in the recent case involving Open College Networks and Open College Network Credit4Learning and their respective logos. It underlines that charities need to think tactically about protecting their rights in their names and brands.