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Legal challenges when developing a game

I always enjoyed playing video games and for a long time I toyed with the idea of trying to make something on my own as a hobby. First of all, I must say I am not a computer engineer and my coding skills are very limited. So, I started checking for a platform which would allow me...
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The new General Data Protection Regulation

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) entered into force on the 27th of April 2016 (article 99 of the GDPR). However, it will not be applicable until the 25th of May 2018. As a European regulation the GDPR will be directly applicable in all EU Member States (no...
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The law of video games II – European Copyright law (EU)

[Ir a la versión en castellano]   The European Union has the competence to generate different sort of legal acts. As a little reminder: The main rule at EU level is the Regulation. This law is automatically applicable in every Member State as soon as it is passed by the...
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The law of video games I – International Copyright law

[Ir a la versión en castellano]   This post aspires to be the first of a series about my two great passions: Law and video games. Personally, my purpose writing is, on the one hand, to collaborate on the debate about the legal classification of video games at international,...
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