On 28 July, the Law Commission said that the Government had asked it to review the law on digital assets, to ensure that it can accommodate digital assets as they continue to evolve and expand. The Commission’s proposals aim to deliver wider recognition and legal protections for digital assets, allowing a more diverse range of people, groups and companies to interact online and benefit from them. A new consultation paper seeks views from legal experts, technologists and users, and will allow the Law Commission to examine how existing personal property law does — and should — apply to digital assets.
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