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No More Linked In Russia?

One of the biggest and most popular Internet companies, LinkedIn, has become the first target of the recent Russian data localization law. The legislation requires businesses operating online to keep Russian Internet users’ data on servers located within Russia.

Will Google forget you?

The right to be forgotten vs. Google, Inc.

Probably no one could have predicted that a complaint of one man in a European country, over his right to privacy, may possibly change a significant part of the global operational structure of the Internet giant. And yet, Google has already implemented changes to its main tool – search engine – due to the new legal framework and complaints from some DPAs. The legal battle is still not over, and it remains to be seen how a newly established right to be forgotten (hereinafter: RTBF) will affect Google’s business. Read more...

New Law on Electronic Communications

The electronic communications sector is considered by many to be one of the fastest developing and most profitable sectors in Serbia at the moment. Many important new changes have occurred in this area, the most recent of which is the entry into force of a new Law on Electronic Communications.

 

Serbian e-laws update

Two new e-laws have been enacted in Serbia in the recent months and the Law on e-signatures has been revived thanks to an update of the complementary regulations. The rush of legislative activity on this front is in direct corelation with the Serbian government’s desire to become much more cost effective and citizen friendly. Some other important steps in that direction have been the introduction of paperless government sessions, electronic procurement processes and improved electronic birth registers. We will now look at the the three framework electronic laws, namely the Law on e-signatures, the Law on e-commerce and the Law on e-documents which are all based on EU legislation. The fourth e-law, the Law on e-communications which is set to replace the current Law on telecommunications is also on its way.

 

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