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The Facebook fine shows that companies have to be more open with regulators during mergers and acquisitions. Regulators are overcoming their usual reluctance to consider privacy when scrutinising competition cases. The direction of travel is clear that both competition and data protection regulators alike will be vigilant in ensuring that those with access to big data do not utilise it in a way that harms competitors or consumers.

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It’s difficult to predict what litigation may come out of the WannaCry cryptoware because there is still a lot we won’t know about where it came from and how it spread. If a business is infected by malware that spreads from another business’s networks, there are potential claims against the business from which the malware came. But they face a number of hurdles. The legal mechanisms aren’t really suited to this situation, and proving things like duty of care will depend on the facts of each case, but will rarely be easy.

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