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Where data meets IP – protecting business data in a commercial context

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightIn our previous publication, we discussed how a business’ data can be protected by characterizing it as intellectual property and protecting it as such. One of the most common ways to protect business data in a commercial context is through license agreements that impose contractual controls on the scope of protection of such data, as … Continue reading

Where Data Meets IP

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightHow do you balance sharing and protecting your business’ data? Unlike tangible assets, which can be protected primarily through physical means, intangible assets such as data require additional considerations. One key strategy to protect your business’ data is to characterize, and protect, that data as intellectual property. Data as IP Copyright Original compilations of data … Continue reading

Turkey’s data protection legislation on data controller registry to impact data controllers outside of Turkey

Norton Rose Fulbright - Data Protection Report blogObligations Turkey’s data protection legislation (TDPL) requires data controllers to notify the Turkish DPA of their processing activities. Unless exempt from the requirement, all data controllers (individuals and legal entities) who process personal data in Turkey must be registered with the Turkish DPA’s Register of Data Controllers Information System (VERBİS), prior to processing any personal … Continue reading

Dubai issues Open Data Law

Data Protection Report - Norton Rose FulbrightDubai has issued a new law regulating the dissemination and exchange of data in the Emirate. This is one of the first open data initiatives in the Middle East and is being promoted by the Prime Minister’s office as a significant step forward in Dubai’s cyber legislation and smart city ambitions.… Continue reading
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