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Wardyński & Partners wants to talk about the future of the internet
“The internet clinch: How much freedom? How much control?” will be the theme for a debate on 2 October between representatives of cyber corporations, the media and the third sector about the benefits and threats of the internet. The event is part of the European Forum for New Ideas in Sopot and is organised by Wardyński & Partners.
Wardyński & Partners wants to talk about the future of the internet
It is illegal to create virtual currencies without a licence?
The process of creating virtual currencies depends on the model used for the currency. In some instances it is a centralised process, where it is easy to identify the entity responsible for creation of the currency. In other cases, it is a decentralised process, in which various—often anonymous—users of the decentralised system may be involved in creation of the currency.
It is illegal to create virtual currencies without a licence?
Pay to play?
The “War of Tanks” case reveals certain dangers in the “freemium” model for startups.
Pay to play?
Smart contracts: An approaching legal revolution
One of the possible applications of the Bitcoin protocol is smart contracts—legal relationships created, monitored and enforced automatically using the Bitcoin protocol.
Smart contracts: An approaching legal revolution
Should the registration documentation for medicines be public?
A dispute over the documentation to the medicine Esbriet shows how much controversy is stirred up by the disclosure of registration documents for medicines to third parties. How to balance the interests of innovative pharmaceutical companies, manufacturers of cheaper generics, and doctors who seek full knowledge of the safety and efficacy of the drugs they prescribe?
Should the registration documentation for medicines be public?
Tax support for innovation
In addition to direct public funding for innovative activity, e.g. grants and subsidised loans, tax instruments are also a major element of support for innovation.
Tax support for innovation
Myths and facts about innovations in the foods sector
The dynamic growth in market share of functional foods calls for a critical review of myths that have arisen around R&D projects in the food sector.
Myths and facts about innovations in the foods sector
Prof. Jan Lubiński: We won’t go far without innovation
An interview with Prof. Jan Lubiński, geneticist and researcher into the role of microelements in prevention of cancer, founder and CEO of Read-Gene SA, and member of the Council of the National Centre for Research and Development.
Prof. Jan Lubiński: We won’t go far without innovation
More money on the way for innovation
In the innovativeness of its economy, Poland ranks 4th from last in the European Union, but greater support is planned for highly innovative projects that show promise for implementation and commercialisation in Poland.
More money on the way for innovation
Sugar-free? Not so simple
The practice of food labelling inspectors prevents consumers from making informed choices—effectively working against the policy of promoting healthy eating.
Sugar-free? Not so simple
Innovation first
It is not always possible to develop an innovation from scratch. But fortunately, good new ideas can also be bought.
Innovation first
E-commerce: Terms and conditions for online shops
Can the most popular prohibited clauses be permitted if they are worded differently?
E-commerce: Terms and conditions for online shops