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The White Paper, or how the European Union deals with artificial intelligence
Artificial intelligence is the new electricity. Its development is a change that leads to a complete redefinition of human life in every aspect of it. From a legislative point of view, are we ready to function in an artificial intelligence environment? Do we have adequate legal means which, on the one hand, will protect us [...]

Brexit and intellectual property (IP)
The surprise following the result of the referendum, in which the United Kingdom decided to withdraw from the European Union was quickly replaced by the question of how this decision will affect daily life and the economy of the country. There are also doubts about how the legal system will function in the new reality [...]

Are changes in access to online services within the EU possible?
Cross territory licensing over using works protected by copyright has been a matter of discussion within the EU for months in the context of a possible change of direction in the copyright law. For the moment the situation is not likely to change in the matter of so-called “geoblocking” – restrictions on access to content [...]

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