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    24/05/2024
    United Kingdom

    The DMCC Act becomes law

    The long-awaited Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers (“DMCC”) Act is scheduled to receive royal assent today (24 May 2024), in the wash-up period just before the dissolution of the current parliament and following the announcement of a snap UK general election for 4 July 2024.It is a landmark piece of legislation that has been in the making for several years. It aims to regulate competition in digital markets; amend the Competition Act 1998 and the Enterprise Act 2002 and make other provision about competition law; and provide for the protection and enhancement of consumer rights.From...
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    24/05/2024
    United Kingdom

    Update: The Media Bill expected to become the Media Act before the general election

    On Wednesday 22nd May 2024, Rishi Sunak surprised many by calling a general election, set to take place just 6 weeks after Wednesday’s announcement, on 4th July. This decision means that Parliament will be prorogued today (24th May), ending this parliamentary session and returning MPs to their constituencies, before it is dissolved on 30th May, marking the official end of this Parliament before the election. All outstanding parliamentary bills must be passed before Parliament is prorogued to become law prior to the election, giving MPs till the end of the day to vote on and pass outstanding...
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    22/05/2024
    Europe

    The EU Gigabit Infrastructure Act: Faster, Cheaper and Simpler Rollout of High-Speed Networks

    The EU Gigabit Infrastructure Act (GIA), which is set to become law after a political agreement reached in February 2024, responds to the ever-growing need for faster, more reliable, data-intensive connectivity in Europe. The key purpose of the GIA is to replace the 2014 Broadband Cost Reduction Directive and to facilitate the rollout of very high-capacity networks (VHCN) by addressing identified roadblocks such as expensive and complex procedures for network deployment. It is part of the EU’s wider goal of deploying gigabit-capable infrastructure across the EU by 2030.Main Objectives...
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    22/05/2024
    Italy

    Digital nomad tax insights

    The new visa for digital nomads might become a particularly interesting option for workers who may benefit from the so called “impatriate” tax regime following their relocation to Italy. The Decree of February 29, 2024, in force since April 5th, has established the entry and residence permit issuance procedures for "digital nomads" and "remote workers".The provisions apply to non-EU citizens who perform highly skilled work using technological tools that allow remote work; more specifically this definition refers to self-employed foreign workers (digital nomads) or foreign employees...
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    21/05/2024
    Hongrie

    EU parliament adopts proposal that modifies financial data access regulation

    On 18 April 2024, the European parliament adopted a proposal for a regulation on harmonised framework for access to financial data – the Financial Data Access Regulation (FIDA), which introduces Open Finance instead of Open Banking based on the Payment Service Directive (PSD2) by broadening the scope of customer data that can be shared based on the customer’s permission. FIDA also creates the Financial Information Service Provider (FISP), which will access and use customer data based on a licence issued by the regulatory authority.The European parliament adopted the FIDA with the following...
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    14/05/2024
    Hongrie

    EU introduces criminal offences and penalties for sanctions violations

    Criminal offencesUnder the Directive, the following conduct constitutes a criminal offence when committed intentionally and in violation of restrictive measures or a national provision implementing restrictive measures:making funds or economic resources available directly or indirectly to, or for the benefit of, a designated person, entity or body;failing to freeze funds or economic resources belonging to or owned, held or controlled by a designated person, entity or body;enabling designated natural persons to enter into, or transit through, the territory of a EU member state;entering into or continuing...
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