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    14.09.2023
    United Kingdom

    UK Government announces consultation on consumer protection reforms

    On 4 September 2023, the Department for Business and Trade launched a consultation (“Consultation”) to assess how to improve price transparency and product information for consumers. Prompted by its ongoing review of retained EU laws post-Brexit and the continued focus on the evolving ways in which businesses are offering goods and services to consumers, the Consultation is designed to assess whether the current rules are still fit for purpose.The Consultation follows the publication of the highly anticipated Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill (“DMCC”) earlier...
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    11.09.2023
    EU

    Summer Snapshot: Tech and Data Highlights You Might Have Missed

    Have you taken a break from your usual spot in front of the computer screen over the past few weeks? No worries, this article provides a succinct overview of the significant advancements in the world of technology and data that have transpired over the summer. You’ll soon discover that the summer has been exceptionally eventful in this regard.EU Commission adopted adequacy decision for EU-US Data Privacy FrameworkOn 10 July 2023, the EU Commission announced the adoption of its adequacy decision pertaining to the EU-US Data Privacy Framework (“EU-US DPF”). This decision allows...
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    23.08.2023
    Asia-Pacific

    APAC TMC Update – Summer 2023

    ASEANASEAN and EU release joint guide to ASEAN MCCs and EU SCCsOn 24 May 2023, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and European Union (EU) released a Joint Guide to the ASEAN Model Contractual Clauses (MCCs) and EU Standard Contractual Clauses (SCCs) to assist businesses operating in ASEAN and the EU with their compliance with applicable laws for international data transfers in both regions.The ASEAN MCCs are a baseline set of contractual clauses that can be adopted by data exporters and importers in all ASEAN member states and may be modified or supplemented to the extent that they...
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    16.08.2023
    International

    AI-ming high: the integration of AI into gaming

    Since gaming’s inception in 1958, when physicist William Higinbotham created what is thought to be the first video game, the landscape of the industry has undergone a remarkable transformation as many break-through technologies change the way in which we interact with the medium. The most recent, and perhaps most significant, change to gaming is the integration of artificial intelligence (“AI”) technologies. From more dynamic and responsive non-player characters (“NPCs”) to procedurally generated content and immersive experiences, AI is quickly becoming a cornerstone...
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    28.07.2023
    United Kingdom

    Beauty box subscriptions: the makeover mandated by the new DMCC Bill

    Everyone loves a well-thought-out surprise. And many consumers feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of products available in the cosmetics industry. In steps the beauty box: a personalised, monthly assortment of skincare, makeup, haircare and beauty products, often in sample sizes, delivered right to a consumer’s door.But, at least for some, the appeal of these subscription boxes can start to fade, particularly where the initial enticement of a discounted or free box subsides. Some companies make unsubscribing simple. For others, consumers face a laborious, pain-staking process. New provisions...
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    13.06.2023
    Middle East

    UAE Corporate Tax Law: When does a non-resident juridical person have a UAE Nexus?

    BackgroundThe UAE enacted its Corporate Tax Law (the “CTL”) in December 2022 (Federal Decree-Law No. (47) of 2022 on the Taxation of Corporations and Businesses). The CTL came into force on 1 June 2023. The main corporate tax rate of 9% applies on income exceeding AED 375,000 (roughly USD 102,000). The CLT provides that the rate of corporate tax which applies to “Qualifying Free Zone Persons” is 0% with respect to qualifying income and 9% on non-qualifying revenue.Under Article 11 of the CTL, a taxable person includes a non-resident person which has a UAE nexus.Cabinet Decision...
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