This blog post is written by Veronica Uddsten, lawyer at Synch When drafting terms and conditions for a B2C-business, it is easy for businesses to primarily focus on the need of the business and fail to take into consideration the fairness of the provisions included from a consumer perspective. As unfair contract terms may become unenforceable, […]
This blog post is written by Erik Myrberg, lawyer at Synch Recital 26 of the GDPR clarifies that the principles of data protection should not apply to anonymous information, namely information which does not relate to an identified or identifiable natural person or to personal data rendered anonymous in such a manner that the data subject […]
The rules on how consumer credits can be granted and marketed are spread out in several different acts and regulations.
Strong customer authentication (SCA) means that a customer must verify his/her identity with two from each other independent factors when using electronic payment methods, for example when using a credit card. The rules, which are based on EU legislation, aims to increase the security of electronic payments and combat fraud. Generally speaking, the legislation does […]
Synch, inQvation and TechBBQ has joined forces to take a closer look at the term: ‘founder friendly’. This blog post is with Jesper Theil Thomsen is co-founder and CEO of SOUNDBOKS.
On Thursday June 27, Frederikke Antonie Schmidt, founder of Roccamore, joins the panel discussion at TalkBBQ – The Nordic Investment Culture.
We have asked five central stakeholders in the ecosystem to provide us with their views on the Nordic investment culture. This blog post is with Claus Zibrandtsen, CEO at inQvation.
This blog post is written by Kenny Chung, lawyer at Synch. Kenny is passionated about privacy issues beyond the ordinary. Read his thoughts about Personal Data and 33 bits of Entropy.
This blog post is written by Erik Myrberg, lawyer from Synch. From the 1st of April 2019, the new Protective Security Act (2018:585) and the Protective Security Ordinance (2018:658) is in force. Read about it here.