13 Luglio 2021

NFT and its reflection on the music world

What reason could there be for a digital work of art to sell for $60 million and make its creator the third best known living artist in the world? To find the answer we need to look at the rise of NFTs – certificates of ownership represented by pieces of text (so-called tokens) whose traceability.

Autore:

Niccolò Lasorsa Borgomaneri

The Verdict:

Digital Law

25 May 2021

THE NEW COPYRIGHT DIRECTIVE – A FOCUS ON PUBLISHERS’ RIGHTS

A few days ago we received the news that the Senate has approved the transposition of the European Delegation Law 2019-2020 which, specifically, provides for the Copyright Directive (number 2019/790), which, however, will have to be implemented in Italian law by June 7, 2021. Without wishing to go into the specific legislative process that led.

Autore:

Niccolò Lasorsa Borgomaneri

The Verdict:

New Technologies Law

17 Maggio 2021

Anti-Covid vaccination in the workplace

In Italy, the anti-Sars-CoV-2 vaccination campaign is also taking place outside of healthcare facilities: a memorandum of understanding (strongly supported by the Ministry of Labor and the Ministry of Health) was signed on April 6th 2021 between the government, companies and union representatives, according to which – on a voluntary basis – workers can receive.

Autore:

Laura Palumbo

The Verdict:

Labour Law

8 Marzo 2021

Pirateria digitale e responsabilità dei provider, il caso CloudFlare: l’orientamento dei tribunali

Un’ordinanza e una pronuncia del Tribunale di Milano sul caso CloudFlare permettono di approfondire come la tutela del diritto della proprietà intellettuale sia più importante del valore attribuito alle definizioni tecniche di provider fornite dalla normativa UE: una situazione che porta a valutare le responsabilità degli ISP nell’ambito della pirateria digitale

Autore:

Niccolò Lasorsa Borgomaneri

The Verdict:

Diritto Tecnologie

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