The EU’s InfoSoc Directive provides for the exclusive right to communicate works to the public. In this blog Deirdre Moynihan looks at how the rules have been applied to hyperlinking.
The new EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market[i] (the ‘DSM Directive’) has been fraught with controversy and discussion. Many have argued it will lead to the death
Whether a large cloud operator providing AI as a Service, a specialist AI developer licensing its AI software on premise to its customers, or a customer looking to capture the
“It’s only AI when you don’t know what it does, then it’s just software and data” remains a useful heuristic to get to grips with AI algorithms. In legal terms,
As far back as 2013, code audit provider Black Duck observed that “if software is eating the world, open source is eating the software world”.[i] Since then OSS has continued
Contractual language to define the scope of permitted software use and to determine charging basis may have been agreed years ago. That language now finds itself applied to new technologies
We billed Google v Oracle as the biggest item on the software legal agenda for 2020 in our ‘Trends in IT Law: looking ahead to 2020’ blog post back in
1. Introduction This blog looks at the legal aspects of the regulatory framework for AI set out in the European Commission’s AI White Paper, published on 19 February 2020. We