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There are answers between black and white. One might honestly believe to be owed €360, and demand that money in a lawyers' letter, and be prepared to write that demand off if the other party does not comply. Going to court has an uncertain outcome even if one is objectively right, and it will take effort and money. As you describe the events, it looks like ...


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You are only responsible for the data that you collect or process, or data that you direct others to collect or process on your behalf. You are not responsible for the actions of third parties that may carry out incidental collection or processing that you have no control over - this includes such things as your ISP, backbone providers etc, but if you direct ...


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If fish were caught in international waters, should we consider its origin as the closest country or the ship's flag? Neither. The rules in the united-kingdom (which is no longer in the EU, but I assume they are comparable as they have not been substantially changed since leaving) are: Fish caught at sea You must label all fish caught at sea with the Food ...


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Short answer Costa was the first, but not the leading, case. Internationale Handelgesellschaft is. See below. I assume you're asking about EU law's supremacy over UK law, as you tagged [united-kingdom]. 4.2 The scope and implications of the supremacy principle Although Costa clearly established the principle of supremacy of EU law, questions remained about ...


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Can Hacker Corp. claim that they acted in good faith, believing that the Permission to Attack was granted by someone from within the company who was allowed to grant such a permission? Unless ACME proves that Hacker knew or should have known that ACME's low-level employee had no authority to make the decision on behalf of ACME, Hacker ought to prevail on ...


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Pactical Law's page on UK GDPR says: The UK GDPR is the retained EU law version of the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679) (EU GDPR) as it forms part of the law of England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland by virtue of section 3 of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 and as amended by Schedule 1 to the Data Protection, Privacy and ...


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Under GDPR article 6 paragraph (c) one lawful basis for processing is: processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which the controller is subject; The obligation to attribute a reused work under a CC license is such an obligation. Moreover, the licensor has the option under any CC license to specify a pseudonym for attribution of ...


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Breach of contract is against the law It’s generally not a crime which will engage the organs of state power but the aggrieved party can take you to court for the damage they have suffered and/or to seek an injunction to get you to stop. If you don’t stop after getting an injunction, then it’s a crime. Jurisdictions vary over who pays for a court action. In ...


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Yes, so long as they do not overreach Please note this is a common law answer, it may not be applicable in civil law jurisdictions like most of the EU. Like non-compete clauses and non-disclosure agreements, non-solicitation agreements can be unenforceable restraints of trade if they are not reasonable. Reasonable in this context means they are narrowly ...


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