Welcome to the Malta IT Law Association
The advancements and constant developments of information and communications technologies and their timely adoption to further drive economic growth have truly revolutionized Malta.
Technology brings empowerment which inevitably necessitates sustainable legal frameworks which can quickly react to innovation and the knowledge economy.
The driving force behind MITLA is to assist local technological empowerment through technology neutral legal frameworks by providing a specialized forum where legal developments within the ICT sector can be studied, discussed and championed.
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ITV’s ‘Loose Women’ presenter Kaye Adams has won a tax tribunal case in which HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) claimed that her personal services company (PSC) should have applied IR35 […]
The conflicting interests different organisations have in using information can be managed through ‘data trust’ models, the Open Data Institute (ODI) has said at the end of a piloting scheme. […]