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Telecommunications, Media and Technology

Using our powerful global network, we work on many of the largest and most high-profile telecommunications, media and technology transactions and cases.

Supporting the TMT sector is a key priority for Allen & Overy and we have a dedicated TMT sector group which allows us to foster and share industry knowledge and expertise across our offices and legal disciplines. As many of our TMT clients operate across borders, we support them by being able to combine our talents and resources to provide solutions in almost any country, at any time.

Few firms can deliver the combination of experience and resource that is needed to handle the most important matters. Our team benefits from experience acquired not only in private practice but also in-house at leading TMT companies and on secondments to corporates and regulatory bodies.

This means we provide relevant industry-focused advice, delivered quickly to ensure that we add value from day one. So, irrespective of the location, the size, or the complexity of the matter, you can be confident that we have the right team in the right place.

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Publications: 02 OCTOBER 2019

Cookies consent does not escape the GDPR: The CJEU issued its decision in the Planet49 case

On 1 October 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its long-awaited decision in the case Planet49 (Case C‑673/17). The decision clarifies the requirements for valid cookie consent under Directive 2002/58 (ePrivacy Directive).

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Publications: 19 DECEMBER 2018

Stablecoins: types, advantages, challenges and regulatory considerations

Over the recent months there has been a proliferation in the development of stablecoins, namely crypto-assets pegged in value to fiat currency or other assets. While the price fluctuations of other crypto-assets make them perhaps more attractive for speculation, the relative stability of stablecoins offers the possibility of cryptocurrencies being adopted for use in everyday transactions.

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Publications: 23 AUGUST 2018

The new law of 1 August 2018 clarifies data protection in Luxembourg

Just before summer recess, Luxembourg Parliament has adopted the law of 1 August 2018 which implements certain parts of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and repeals the former data protection law of 2 August 2002. This new law has been eagerly awaited as it puts an end to the legal uncertainty surrounding the applicability of the old law since the entry into force of the GDPR on 25 May 2018. The new law enters into force on 20 August 2018.

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Publications: 21 AUGUST 2018

Key Changes on New OJK Regulation on Public Company Takeover

The OJK recently passed Regulation No.9/POJK.04/2018 on Public Company Takeover, which revokes Rule No.IX.H.1. Key changes under the new regulation are a) a takeover that is carried out through a rights issue of the target listed company is no longer exempt from the MTO obligation; b) the MTO can be carried out by a more than 50%-owned subsidiary of the acquirer; and c) there will be no extension (beyond the two year period) in carrying out the sell-down obligation following a takeover and MTO.

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