Net neutrality, protection of individual freedoms in the context of the development of Web 2.0, cybersquatting, cybercrime, copyright protection and remuneration of rights holders – there is no shortage of challenges facing Internet players and users.
Some of these issues call for specific responses, such as the liability regime between access providers and hosts. The European Union has therefore chosen to adopt two regulations dedicated to Internet regulation: the Digital Market Act (DMA), which targets the most important platforms (gatekeepers), and the Digital Service Act (DSA), which lays down rules that will apply to all Internet players from February 17, 2024.
Moreover, the particularities of the Internet do not exempt its players from complying with the general rules that may apply to their activities, for example in the context of their communications or e-commerce initiatives: protection of personal data, intellectual property law, trademark law, etc. Magenta can assist its clients with all Internet-related issues, both in the context of advisory missions and litigation.
Magenta can assist its clients with the full range of Internet-related issues, both in the context of advisory missions and litigation:
- Net neutrality and traffic prioritization practices;
- Application of DSA and DMA;
- Management of the levels of responsibility of the main players on the Internet;
- Articulation between setting up e-commerce sites and belonging to “structured” distribution networks;
- Creation and editing of Internet sites (drafting of general conditions of use, privacy charters, personal data, acquisition of rights from various contributors);
- Assistance in setting up an e-commerce business (online payment, conclusion of contracts, electronic signature, etc.).