What do you actually own when buying an NFT? Kim Pietersen, associate at Spoor & Fisher, offers an intellectual property perspective.
A report from Webber Wentzel looks at the tech developments that are expected to have an impact in the coming year.
With contactless tech being embraced in the COVID-19 era, it’s worthwhile knowing that digital signatures and electronic signatures are not the same.
The response from Facebook follows Google’s reaction to an Australian law which would give news publishers a bigger cut of ad revenue.
The new law is aimed at politicians and pornography in particular.
The FPB Amendment bill has been signed into law but where we go to from here is unclear at this stage.
The IIE has taken to the Constitutional Court to declare the Legal Practice Act unconstitutional.
Facebook has already violated a Vietnamese law that was introduced nine days ago.
Legislation and good governance principles point to directors and CEOs.
It could make Facebook, YouTube and others police more strictly.
You have just two days to submit your idea.
If you want to have your say on the Cybercrimes & Cybersecurity Bill, you have until 28 July 2017.
After a few months of litigation, Apple and Nokia are seemingly chums again.
Winners in he Innovating Justice challenge can receive up to €20 000 and the opportunity to raise more funding.
State Security Minister David Mahlobo says the government wants to stop the spread of misinformation. Uh-huh.
Zenimax says it may seek an injunction to halt the sale of Oculus Rift headsets.
Join Southern Africa’s best legal innovators at the R2.5m HiiL Justice Accelerator Boostcamp on 22 September
Meet this year’s finalists and find out how to apply for the Justice Accelerator next year.
The EU is expected to rule today over Apple’s tax arrangements with the Irish government.