Publications and blogs

The Internet, Warts and All: Free Speech, Privacy and Truth, by Paul Bernal, Senior Lecturer in Information Technology, Intellectual Property and Media Law at the University of East Anglia, seeks to explain the internet information ecosystem, busting myths, pointing out why attempts at regulation have failed and suggesting the way forward.

Published by Cambridge University Press August 2018, 302 pp hardback £85, ebook £73.50 inc VAT.

Control Shift: How Technology Affects You and Your Rights by David Meyer, a technology journalist with extensive expertise in digital rights and policy issues. It is an accessible guide to the tech debates that are shaping our world.

Self-published November 2017, 248 pp paperback £9.99, Kindle £0.99. Available from Amazon; and now as a free PDF download from Dropbox.

Data-Driven Law: Data Analytics and the New Legal Services, edited by Edward J Walters, helps legal professionals meet the challenges posed by a data-driven approach to delivering legal services, with chapters written by leading experts on topics including mining legal data, quantifying the quality of legal services, contract analytics and more.

Published by CRC Press July 2018, 215 pp hardback £77, ebook £35.99. Available from Amazon.

The AL 100 Legal Tech directory has been created by Richard Tromans at Artificial Lawyer to showcase the best and most progressive legal technology from around the world. It focuses on applications that use automation and AI technology, as well as those systems that are designed to integrate with and support these applications.

LexBlog opens to all legal blogs. Legal blogging pioneer Kevin O’Keefe is inviting all legal bloggers world-wide to participate in his LexBlog network. Any legitimate legal blog with an RSS feed, just fill in the application form, drop in your site feed and agree to the Terms of Service! Background and more info on the LexBlog blog.