GVZH Newsletter - March 2024 Q1 Issue

March 2024

GVZH Newsletter - March 2024 issue

We’re pleased to begin the year by offering you a carefully selected compilation of information and insights. In this edition, we’ve focused on a range of topics that we believe will be of interest and relevance to you. Our coverage includes the latest trends in the employment sector, an analysis of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) measures within the gaming industry, and an introduction to developments in Technology, Media, and Telecommunications (TMT). While we endeavour to provide content that is both informative and valuable, we welcome and appreciate your feedback as it helps us ensure that our offerings align with your interests and requirements.

We trust you will find this newsletter to be a useful resource.

Best regards,
GVZH Advocates 

The intent behind this newsletter is purely to provide information and should not be construed as legal advice.

Advocating an Environment for Change: Mental Health at Work

The right to work is a universal human right and is enshrined as one of the fundamental principles of our Constitution, whereby all citizens are not only free to engage in work but also to freely pursue their desired employment or occupation.

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Processing of Health Data of your Employees: Where to Draw the Line

According to local and European Union law, it is the obligation of every employer to receive and maintain an internal record of information pertaining to the employment relationship between the employer and employee.

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Marching Forward: The Digital Markets Act and its Impact on Online Competition

In the rapidly evolving landscape of the digital marketplace, a new regulatory framework known as the Digital Markets Act (“DMA”) is being enforced in order to address concerns surrounding competition and fairness. With tech giants such as Google, Meta and Amazon wielding considerable influence and control, the DMA aims to redefine the dynamics of online competition. The DMA promises to limit the current anti-competitive behaviours exhibited by these companies that are now being referred to as ‘Gatekeepers’.

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Valuable Insights pertaining to AML/CFT within the Gaming Sector

Anti-Money Laundering (AML) in the gaming sector encompasses laws and procedures to prevent the laundering of illicit funds through gaming activities. This sector, spanning from casinos to online gaming platforms, is vulnerable to financial crimes due to high-volume transactions and global reach.

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