This issue focuses on the topics blockchain and data protection. Fabian Teichmann and Léonard Gerber take a look at how Liechtenstein deals with the compliance risks related to DLT and tokens. Gabriel Jaccard analyses the legal issues related to stablecoins.
Naomi Toren presents the three main changes in Swiss data protection law, while Marvin Rechner and Sebastian Seeger report on the annual conference of the German Society for Law and Informatics in Berlin, which was held under the motto «Data - Freedom - Security».
Florian Furger, on the other hand, addresses the question of whether and how lootboxes in video games fall under the new Swiss Federal Act on Money Games.
We hope you enjoy reading this issue and will be back in February 2020 from the annual International Legal Informatics Symposium (IRIS) at the University of Salzburg!