The House of Lords recently launched inquiry into the regulation of the internet has sparked debates that could see fundamental changes enacted to how the internet is regulated, and thus how we will be able to use it.
With the world of IP constantly changing, there is no place at the moment where it has gone under such a change than the EU.
The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that Facebook and the operator of a Facebook page are equally responsible for the protection of visitorsÂ personal data. Each must inform visitors on how personal data is processed.
The European Commission has spoken out and criticised a number of popular social media firms for not actioning fraud changes quicker.