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In-house counsel on managing the Whois ‘purge’

Max Walters, London


Post-GDPR, content and manufacturing industries say that online infringers are becoming harder to find – and are uncertain about new US data protection rules

GDPR - in-house WhoisIn-house counsel in both the UK and the US say they are still struggling to get to grips with data protection laws and that strict rules around revealing details of potential infringers have meant some threats go unchecked.

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