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#Ad-vice for Influencers and Brands: how to comply with CAP's new Influencer's Guide

Published on 26 October 2018. By Oliver Bray, Partner and Victoria Noto, Associate

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To help influencers and brands comply with the legal requirements around influencer marketing the CAP issued An Influencer's Guide to making clear that ads are ads, developed in conjunction with the CMA.

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"Content is fire, Social Media is gasoline" – Court of Appeal considers the challenges for interim injunctions in the digital age

Published on 17 July 2018. By Oliver Bray, Partner and Georgia Davis, Legal Director

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The Court of Appeal has upheld part of an interim injunction granted to Australian sportswear company Frank Industries which restrained Nike from using the sign LDNR in its “Nothing Beats a Londoner” advertising campaign.

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Blocking the blockers: EU prohibits network-wide ad-blocking

Published on 12 September 2016. By Oliver Bray, Partner

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Mobile phone operators' plans to introduce network-wide ad-blocking technology are in jeopardy following new guidance from EU telecoms regulators, a move which highlights the divide between content providers and telecoms companies in their attitude towards ad-free content.

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Do you know you're being tracked?

Published on 05 October 2015. By Oliver Bray, Partner and Ben Nicholson, Associate

Do you own a smart phone? Do you always have WiFi enabled? If your answers to both these questions are yes, your movements were most probably tracked on your way into work today.

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Digital content under the new Consumer Rights Act

Published on 14 May 2015. By Oliver Bray, Partner

The Consumer Rights Act 2015 (CRA) comes into force on 1 October 2015. It will reform consumer law in the UK, in particular by setting up new consumer rights and remedies in respect of digital content.

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ICO fines online travel insurer £175,000 for failing to keep customers’ personal information secure

Published on 03 March 2015. By Oliver Bray, Partner

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The Information Commissioners Office (the “ICO”) has fined Staysure.co.uk Limited (“Staysure”), an online travel insurance company, £175,000 for its failure to comply with the seventh data protection principle, after IT security failings allowed hackers to access up to 100,000 customer financial records.

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