Cyber blackmail is on the rise but the UAE’s TRA is on the hunt


The campaign aims to protect victims from blackmailing by chasing all criminals in all parts of the world no matter how long it will take, in addition to issuing requests to the Interpol to hunt these criminals wherever they are. Moreover, (UAE law on fighting cybercrimes No.5 for year 2012) is dissuasive enough to eliminate committing such crimes.

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ACCC brings first unfair contract terms case

Since 2010, the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) has provided consumers with protection against unfair contract terms imposed on them via standard form contracts. On the 12th of November 2016, the unfair contract term provisions in the ACL were extended.

Read more in the article by Adrian Kuti and Douglas Thompson of Clayton Utz here

Related: The ACCC releases a report on “unfair” terms in business-to-business contracts and says get ready for enforcement by Peter Sise of Clayton Utz

How Blockchain will Disrupt the Legal Sector


“Blockchains determine what is truthful by using a so-called “consensus mechanism” effectively to compare each party’s statements immediately, alerting the parties involved as soon as there is a discrepancy.”

Read the full article by John G. Balestriere and Sam Tabar here.

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