Synch has contributed to the newly published Getting the Deal Through: Cybersecurity 2015
Jim Runsten and Ida Häggström of Synch have contributed to the Getting the Deal Through (Law Business Research), in which they provide a high level overview of the legal aspects of cybersecurity. The publication Getting the Deal Through: Cybersecurity 2015 is published both online and in book format and provides an overview of the cybersecurity legislation in 15 jurisdictions worldwide, including recent developments as well as updates and trends.
The contribution by Ida and Jim is focusing on the Swedish jurisdiction, handling various legal topics including notification obligations in case of integrity incidents.
Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through: Cybersecurity 2015, (published in January 2015; contributing editors Benjamin A Powell and Jason C Chipman, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP ) For further information please visit www.gettingthedealthrough.com.”
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The Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity Law Review
Jim Runsten and Charlotta Emtefall of Synch have provided the chapter covering Swedish legislation of the multi-jurisdictional first edition of The Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity Law Review. The book provides a useful guide for practitioners to privacy legislation within 19 jurisdictions in addition to an overview of the privacy legislation of the European Union and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation. Please find more information of The Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity Law Review here.
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Article on the invalidity of the Data Retention Directive.
Jim Runsten and Charlotta Emtefall of Synch had their article regarding the invalidity of the Directive 2006/24/EC (the Data Retention Directive), published in the May issue of the E-Commerce Law & Policy, Volume 16 Issue 05. Please find the article below, which covers the recent judgment from the European Court of Justice, and the consequences of such judgment to service providers and legislatures.
Article regarding hyperlinking to copyright protected work
The E-Commerce Law Reports, Volume 14 Issue 2 features an article regarding hyperlinking to copyright protected work, written by Jim Runsten and Charlotta Emtefall of Synch. The article, which can be found below, addresses the recent judgment from the European Court of Justice in the case Svensson and others v Retriever Sverige AB regarding hyperlinking to copyright protected works.