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Blogs: Technology and Media
Author: Commercial lawyer
Technology and law, for when a tweet's not enough
A “Gödel’s incompleteness theorem” for the law?
Ethics and the inhouse lawyer
Whisper it: there’s more to personal data than “PII”
What is a “quotation”?
Computerising the courts
Linking isn’t illegal; internet saved(?)
Why lawyers shouldn’t be educated
Author: Technology, Information and Outsourcing Group at Brodies LLP
Author: Graham Smith, private practice lawyer based in London, dealing with IT, internet and IP issues
On law, IT, the internet and new media.
Worldwide search de-indexing orders: Google v Equustek
Squaring the circle of end to end encryption
Time to speak up for Article 15
Back doors, black boxes and #IPAct technical capability regulations
Internet legal developments to look out for in 2017
Cyberleagle on Surveillance
The Investigatory Powers Act - swan or turkey?
Investigatory Powers Act 2016 Christmas Quiz
Author: Barrister of the Inner Temple
Comment and analysis on important legal developments in the field of cyberspace.
The Future of UK Data Protection Laws after Brexit: Some Initial Thoughts
Data Privacy Regulation in the Context of Facebook Advertisements
Smart Regulation and the General Data Protection Regulation
How are you celebrating Data Protection Day?
Our open letter to the House of Commons on the importance of respecting the democratic process as UK surveillance laws are being revised
Dear Google: open letter from 80 academics on 'right to be forgotten'
Cloud Investigations by European Data Protection Authorities
Cloud Investigations by EU Data Protection Authorities
Author: Peter Wright, Consultant Solicitor with Taylor Bracewell LLP
Covers the law relating to websites, copyright, social media networks, intellectual property, data protection, privacy, security and encryption.
News and legal views from our team of Technology and Outsourcing specialists.
Top 10 Tech Trends Event 2017
Germany puts social networks on a short leash – Who is affected?
Roam-Like-At-Home from Tomorrow
UK Court rules licence fees payable for "indirect" use of software
Autonomous Vehicles – Insurance and Driver Liability Addressed
Brexit White Paper: what you need to know
Author: Francis Davey, barrister
Aims to talk about the way that the law affects the digital environment in a way that is comprehensible to interested non-lawyers. I am particularly interested in copyright and related rights, but also keep an eye on all kinds of legal developments that affect the web.
Defamation - staying protected
Private copying - a new copyright exception in the UK
Copynorm survey - answering some questions
Copying, sharing and remixing - what do you think?
Open up data about justice
Orphan Works - the new law in the UK
The defamation bill 2012 and the web
The Communications Data Bill (first look)
Publisher: Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Geek law: law and technology, science, geek culture, blogs, popular culture, wikis, science fiction or fantasy, computer games, digital culture, gender on-line, MMORPGS, virtual property or online human personae
Gikii 2017 Call for Papers
Gikii London 2016 Programme
Gikii London 2016 Call for Papers
Gikii in Adelaide 2016
Gikii 2015: Living in the Future (final programme)
2015 accepted papers
2015 Registration open
Publisher: Hogan Lovells
FCC Proposes Increased Service Obligations on Wireless Licensees Seeking Renewal
US FCC Allocates 5 GHz of Contiguous Spectrum for Next Generation Vehicular Radar
National Association of Corporate Directors Updates Cyber-Risk Oversight Handbook
DSM Watch: On your marks! Deadline for EU online Portability Regulation compliance is 20 March 2018
Moving Beyond #Ad: Instagram Unveils New Tool for Disclosing Endorsements
Enabling the Digital Single Market in Europe
The Internet of Things Webinar: Connected Vehicles and Smart Cars
Hogan Lovells Global Payments Newsletter l June 2017
Author: Steve Kuncewicz
One Lawyer's views on IP and media law
Data Protection In 2016 And Beyond – Less Velvet Glove, More Iron Fist
Reputation Management In The Social Media World – Impossible Dream Or Comeback Kid?
The Defamation Act – One Year On (or Changes & Strange Fascinations)
The Defamation Act 2013 – Evolution, Revolution or Something Else Entirely?
Content Warning : Social Media, Ethics and the Law
Hashtag To Hell – ASA Upholds complaint against (and “bans”) Nike Twitter Campaign
The Jubilee and Royal Pains – How to advertise around it and not get into trouble
Public Pinterest – Why The Latest Social Network May Be A Copyright Timebomb
Author: Jordan Hatcher
Intellectual property, technology, open licensing, law and strategy
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Author: Adam Fellows
Some thoughts on the law, specifically media and public law, as well as general interest and legal education
Debate Write-Up: Rewriting History, ITN, 14 July 2014
Sticks and stones 2: The consequences of abuse on social media
Sticks and stones: Twitter’s failure to protect its users
Whose Internet Is It Anyway? Panel Discussion review
Don’t make a # of it: Social media guidance from Wragge & Co
Presentation: They are free to speak not what they ought to say, but what they feel: private chats, public communications and changing legal attitudes
Seminar: The Prospects for a British Bill of Rights, Sir Leigh Lewis, 24 January 2013, UCL’s Constitution Unit
Changes to access to information regulations (Eversheds)
Author: Laurence Kaye, solicitor
A blog about the future of digital media law.
How to solve the "I accept" (without knowing or understanding) problem inherent in online terms and conditions and privacy policies
Digital learning principles
Brexit, copyright and liminality
The implications for publishers of the decision of the CJEU in Hewlett-Packard vs Reprobel
Creativity, Internet and Politics - biggest opportunities and threats
2015 - The Digital Media Law Battle Lines Are Drawn
Data protection and the digital agenda
Author: John Halton, partner Cripps Harries Hall
The legal issues surrounding the move into the cloud
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Author: Simon Bradshaw
Intellectual property, computer and new technology law.
The Photographer of the Westminster Omnibus
A tempting target, but a dubious tactic
SCL Conference 2011-Day 2
SCL Conference 2011 - Day 1
Dropbox Terms of Service not actually that evil
And it's going to be a Trilogy!
Cloud, Copyright, Hosting and Jurisdiction
Wikileaks - Cloud's First PR Crisis?
Author: Daithi Mac Sithigh, lecturer UEA Law School, University of East Anglia
About the regulation of web media.
Author: Lilian Edwards
Cyberlaw blog, specialising in online privacy and security law, cybercrime, online intermediary law (including eBay and Google law), e-commerce, digital property and whatever captures my eye:-) With the odd tartan moment!
How to Solve a Problem Like Brexit (no cats)
Three myths that need nailed about the right to be forgotten (and one question)
Open letter on data retention and investigatory powers Bill ("DRIP") from UK privacy law academics
Google remembers, after only two weeks
Can You Criticise Your Boss on Twitter and Keep your Job?
GikII in New Scientist! and went to the beach!
What are the police for? Twitter, abuse and reporting buttons
Author: Laurence Eastham
Comment on developments in IT law and IT applications in the areas traditionally covered by Computers & Law.
Artificial Intelligence: The Real Legal Issues
Netflix and Go: Expanding Access to Online Content Services when Travelling within the EU
Digital Economy Act Commencement
SCL Event Report: Foundations of IT Law Programme - An Introduction to Regulated Environments
Establishing Norms for Contract Terms – A Fool's Errand or the Future of Contracting?
Fake News: Striking a Balance between Regulation and Responsibility
House of Lords Committee Report on Brexit and Data Protection
Webinar: SCL Foundations of IT Law: Module 12 "An Introduction to Regulated Environments"
Author: Andres Guadamuz, law lecturer, University of Edinburgh
Covers several cyberlaw topics, with emphasis on open licensing, digital rights, software protection, virtual worlds, and llamas.
Are you a different person online?
Should robot artists be given copyright protection?
European court rules on legal nature of torrent links in Pirate Bay case
Whatever happened to our dream of an empowering Internet (and how to get it back)
WannaCry ransomware showcases government’s disdain for cybersecurity
The Internet of Things could change property as we know it
European Court of Human Rights revisits once more intermediary liability
The ongoing war on encryption
Publisher: Mills & Reeve
Hidden pitfalls in T&Cs: are they enforceable?
A new direction in patent infringement analysis
Reform of the ePrivacy rules – will your business be affected?
Morally questionable trade marks: why the US and Europe see things differently
Tech giant takeover of the Fintech space
General Data Protection Regulation (GPDR) Series, Part 2 - the importance of self-assessment
Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality: Seeing the big picture
Leeds – a city with a flourishing digital future
Author: Sacha Wilson, solicitor
Ad blocker detection under the new proposed e-Privacy Regulation
Digital Product Placement: Monetising the Past
The problem with “mixed” digital contracts
ASA rulings and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
The curious case of the newspaper exception in the Consumer Rights Directive
Author: Andrew Murray, Professor of Law at the London School of Economics
Designed to support readers of the book Information Technology Law:The Law and Society. But also for anyone interested in IT law and policy.
Mireille Hildebrandt on Law As Computation in the Era of Artificial Legal Intelligence Speaking Law to the Power of Statistics
Submission to the UK Parliamentary Inquiry: Children and Young People's Mental Health - The Role of Education
The Problem of Fake News
Law, Power and Establishment (A Lack of the Rule of Law)
Podcast: If You Have Nothing to Hide You Have Nothing to Fear (and other myths about mass surveillance)
A New Edition of Information Technology Law: The Law and Society
Brexit - An Appeal for Calm
LSE IT Law Students Excel in SCL Student Essay Prize 2016
Publisher: SEQ Legal LLP
To help non-lawyers understand and apply the law relating to websites (especially English and European law).
Article 28 of the GDPR: problems for processors
Consumer Rights Act 2015: updated contracts
SaaS reseller agreements revisited
Legal document generator
Software support SLAs
End user licensing: approaches to creating enforceable rights
Consumer contracts regulations: sample clauses
New distance selling laws: 8 key compliance points
Author: Michelle Hynes, Legal Process Engineer at Inksters
Lawyers : Top 5 tips for using Favorites on twitter
Top 50 Ways Lawyers are using twitter in 2014 – can you add to the list
‘The Demon That is Depression’ by Legaleaglemhm
How to manage your twitter as it grows
Why twitter is like a river
LAW STUDENTS : Are you a LAW Geek – The 5 questions quiz by Legaleaglemhm
LAW STUDENTS : the 15 minute rule every law student shouldn’t ignore – by legaleaglemhm
LAW STUDENTS – THINK SMART ! Think Legal Knowledge Engineering – A top tip by Legaleaglemhm