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Cybersecurity during COVID-19

As more and more employees work from home, many businesses no longer have the safety net of on-site IT to help them manage their technical environments...

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From casual video game to esports

In part 2 of our blog series on esports' global rise, we focussed on how esports differs from conventional sports and its commercial benefits. In part 3, we...

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Keeping your business safe from cybersquatters

You will be familiar with the term 'squatters' in a property context, used to define a person who unlawfully occupies a property that does not belong to them...

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Esports – opportunity for video game developers

In part 1 of our blog on the global rise of esports, we focussed on legal issues affecting the industry, including player contracts, governance and sponsorship...

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Esports – what millennials are up to

Esports is short for electronic sports, a phrase reserved for the competitive video gaming scene recently emerged into the mainstream. It is already a massive g...

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The big emoji conundrum

Emoticons or ‘emojis’ are commonly used to express ourselves in messages. But what happens when emojis are used in communications which have legal consequences? That smiley face may not be as innocent as you intend it to be and could cause real trouble for you if used carelessly. Wait, what? Emojis form part of everyday communications. While it’s easy to…

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PRIVATE – keep out!

It is easy to forget the little things when you delegate your responsibilities, especially if your delegates are the ‘experts’. However, some seemingly ‘s ...

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Security alert: mandatory data breach laws

This is a security alert that should not be ignored! Mandatory data breach notification laws will soon commence in Australia[1]. The new laws will affect fed...

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Privacy: a new broom sweeps across borders

The volume of personal information collected has increased exponentially in recent years due to advances in technology and the ways individuals interact. Austra...

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WIPO: resolving domain name disputes

Cybersquatting occurs when people register domain names in bad faith with the intention of making a profit from the goodwill of a trade mark that they do not ow...

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