Technology Law - is an interbranch institute that determines the regulation of legal relations, the key element of which is information technology.

Tech law is a crazy mix of various rules of the various branches of law used by Tech companies and the Tech companies in the regulation of their activities.

And the main thing - TMT law is a very interesting thing to study the young Tech lawyers.

SEO Agreement – Optimization Settlement

We start a series of articles about agreements that are common for the Internet space. In this article we will familiarise with the SEO agreement. It is commonly referred to as “search engine marketing agreement”.…

Cross-Border Data Transfer to Ukraine (And Other Third Countries)

On July 16th, 2020, European Court of Justice has made its ruling in so-called “Schrems II” case, in which the mechanism for transferring personal data outside the European Economic Area (EEA) has been revised. Previously,…

GDPR audit. Create a roadmap to GDPR compliance

Many IT companies have very complicated structure of processing of personal data from a GDPR point of view. Often such companies do not conduct the audit of their data processing activities and thus prepare initially…

Peculiarities of the GDPR Compliance in Cyprus

In 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was adopted by the European Commission and superseded the Directive on privacy and Electronic Communications 2002. GDPR has a direct application in all Member-States of the EU.…

Launching a game in China

Introduction The Regulations, that recently have absolutely struck the game developers represented at the iOS market, were approved in 2016 by the National Press and Publication Administration (NPPA). However, their direct effects became manifestly evident…

GDPR and Personalized Nutrition Apps

Inserting food into a nutrition app is a part of a dieting routine for many people. It is convenient, it counts our calorie-intake and prompts us to form healthy eating habits. Also, it collects some…

GDPR fines 2020. What are they imposed for and how to avoid them?

It has been over two years since the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) has been implemented. Strict data protection requirements and the liability in case of non-compliance made almost all companies to change their business…

GDPR and Internet of Things (IoT)

As defined by CASAGRAS the Internet of Things (IoT) is understood to be “a global network infrastructure, linking physical and virtual objects through the exploitation of data capture and communication capabilities.”  Obviously, IoT devices became…

What to consider while choosing the arbitration for technological business

What is arbitration? Arbitration is a private system of adjudication. Parties who arbitrate have decided to resolve their disputes outside any judicial system. As far as the arbitration conducted without the intervening of any governmental…

Mobile Health Apps and GDPR. Tips for developers

The digitalization of everyday life influences directly our habits, diet, and diseases. Now with the help of new mobile apps everyone can track the number of calories consumed, create personalized nutrition plans, discover the ingredients,…