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Social media endorsements: being transparent with your followers - new CMA guidance for influencers and commitments secured with particular individuals - Update from John Wilks, Claire Sng and Sophie Anim of DLA Piper

Protecting Children and Young People - CAP and BCAP issue updated gambling advertising guidance

How will personal data continue to flow after Brexit? Information Commissioner busts some myths about what a no deal Brexit will mean for data transfers

EU and Japan reciprocal adequacy decisions create "the world's largest area of safe data flows"

Gambling Commission issues Industry warning notice on the use of non-disclosure clauses - threat of enforcement action against gambling operators who use misuse NDAs within settlement agreements with customers

Gambling Commission announces new rules strengthening requirements for online gambling operators to verify a customer's age and identity

Proposed Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market - EU institutions reach political agreement on press publishers' right and closing the "value gap"

First reports on the EU Code of Practice against disinformation - European Commission calls on Google, Facebook, Twitter, Mozilla and the other signatories to intensify their efforts

Kaefer Aislamientos SA v AMS Drilling Mexico SA - jurisdiction, entire agreement clauses and undisclosed principals

Wells v Devani - Supreme Court finds binding agreement despite parties' failure to specify event giving rise to payment of commission

Case C-345/17 Sergejs Buivids v Datu valsts inspekcija - CJEU confirms special purposes exemption for journalism applies to "citizens' journalism"

Playboy Club London Ltd v Banca Nazionale del Lavoro SpA - casino banks on fresh evidence: later claim in deceit not an abuse of process - Analysis and comment from Rose Croshaw of Simkins

Wafic Rida Saïd v Groupe L'Express - English court jurisdiction to make injunction in respect of online publication curtailed - Analysis and comment from Peter Smith of Al Tamimi + Company

Carol Yvonne Carruthers v Associated Newspapers Ltd: Carol Yvonne Carruthers v News Group Newspapers Ltd - an allegation of sexting at work, defamatory? Analysis and comment from Andrew Terry and Eileen Weinert of Eversheds Sutherland

Richard Burgon MP v News Group Newspapers Ltd and Thomas Newton Dunn - Shadow Secretary of State for Justice successful in libel action against "Nazi symbols" allegation - Analysis and comment from Persephone Bridgman Baker of Carter-Ruck

Poul Chang Metal Industry Company Ltd v Bailcast Ltd - IPEC refuses to stay declaration of non-infringement action in respect of a registered Community design pending outcome of infringement proceedings in Germany

Luen Fat Metal And Plastic Manufactory Ltd v Jacobs + Turner Ltd (t/a Trespass) - infringing use of "FUN TIME" on toy packaging

Supermac's (Holdings) Ltd v McDonald's International Property Company Ltd - BIG MAC revoked - Ciara Cullen and Ben Mark of RPC digest the decision of EUIPO's Cancellation Division

Case T-97/18 DeepMind Technologies Ltd v EUIPO - EU General Court rejects DeepMind's STREAMS mark for medical software

Case T-215/17 Pear Technologies v EUIPO -apples and pears

Conversant Wireless Licensing SARL v Huawei Technologies - Court of Appeal furthers the UK's bid to be the SEPs capital of Europe - Report and analysis from Emma Flett and John Patten of Kirkland + Ellis

ASA Ruling on StubHub (UK) Ltd - insufficiently prominent qualification to "Every order is 100% guaranteed" claim

ASA Ruling on Tombola (International) plc t/a tombola arcade - I'm A Celebrity sponsor hit with in-app advertising ban

ASA Ruling on Carwow Ltd - RRP claims must reflect the price at which the product is generally sold

Ofcom Adjudication on Jeremy Vine (Channel 5) - mitigating risk of offensive language in live phone-in programming

Ofcom Adjudication on The X Factor (ITV) - another resolved matter of offensive language and mitigation of risk

Ofcom Adjudication on Competition (True Entertainment) - PRS competition, multiple programming and the definition of programme-related material

The law does not condone anonymous online abuse - Erika Federis-Cox of Foot Anstey reviews the recent ex tempore judgment of Nicklin J in Suttle v Walker