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In-app purchases and consumer protection
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This Practice Note discusses the key legal and commercial issues relevant to in-app purchases and consumer protection. It examines the relevant background and terminology, examines the current consumer protection framework applicable to in-app purchases, and future developments, and considers non-binding industry guidance that may be applicable, and provides best practice tips for developers.

Monetising apps
Practice notes

This Practice Note discusses the key legal and commercial issues relevant to monetising apps. It examines the relevant background and terminology, explains the various approaches that developers have taken to monetisation of apps, highlights contractual issues that are likely to arise in this context, and provides a summary of other relevant legal issues.

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EU GDPR—extra-territorial reach
Practice notes

This Practice Note discusses the territorial scope of the General Data Protection Regulation, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (EU GDPR). This applies whenever the use of personal data by an organisation relates to: (i) the offering of goods or services to individuals in the EEA, irrespective of whether a payment is required, or (ii) the monitoring of those individuals’ behaviour in the EEA.

UK GDPR—extra-territorial reach
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This Practice Note discusses the territorial scope of the regime established by the United Kingdom General Data Protection Regulation, Retained Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (UK GDPR). In summary, the UK GDPR regime may apply: (1) whenever the processing of personal data occurs in the context of the activities of an establishment of a controller or a processor in the UK, (2) where the use of personal data by an organisation relates to: (i) the offering of goods or services to individuals in the UK, irrespective of whether a payment is required, or (ii) the monitoring of those individuals’ behaviour in the UK or (3) by virtue of public international law. This Practice Note also considers the regime requiring the appointment of UK representatives in certain circumstances.

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