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Practice head(s):Claude-Etienne Armingaud
‘The team is well versed and up to date on the current standards and practices. Team members are all very flexible in their availability and very responsive’.
‘The team provides sharp advices and has great sector industry knowledge’.
‘The team has in-depth expertise and great ability to anticipate future legislation’
‘Claude Etienne Armingaud is more than a lawyer; he is a trusted partner who knows his own limits and is very friendly’.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread around the world and cause unprecedented health and economic challenges, technological measures, once thought extreme, are now being deployed for the purposes of contact tracing, infection tracking, and quarantine compliance. While the search for the right tracking app and software development kits continues, the European Union (EU) is still far from finding a consensus on harmonized model and functionalities. Nevertheless, it is already clear that while app design may be the end result, a complex process of regulatory compliance, risk management and ethics checks, and balances lie ahead.(more…)
Leaders League Ranking 2020 – Technologies, internet & telecommunications – Data protection law – FranceApril 13th, 2020 | Posted by in Blockchain | Connected Cars | France | IT | Privacy | Software | Trusted Services and eSignature - (0 Comments)
A French Revolution, at last?
Despite optimistic statements in 2016 on both sides of the Atlantic (in between the European Commission’s communication on connected cars for Europe, and the Obama administration’s Detroit Auto Show announcement), it would seem that some of the hype surrounding connected and autonomous vehicles (“CAVs”) faltered. One reason may be the desensitization of the general public, as the initially promised 2020 deployment is dawning without a hint of general commercial availability in sight. On the other hand, the intricacies of the regulatory frameworks at stake also hinder the development of consumer-ready offers.
More often than not, France is perceived as an administrative maze, yet may become (unexpectedly to some) a leader in the race to regulating this incoming industry. However, far more than being limited to the automotive industry, regulating CAVs will serve as the blueprint for an artificial intelligence (“AI”) legal framework.(more…)