Latest posts from our blogs
- Innocent Face and Mischief (24/05/2013 17:40)
Will Sally Bercow’s costly defeat be enough to make people think twice about mindless tweeting? Would the court’s judgment have been different if the Defamation Act 2013 had applied? Will the allegations really be forgotten?
- Shocking: Unprepared (15/05/2013 09:01)
Spurred by the recent ICO survey of business awareness of the EU DP reform package, Laurence Eastham has an awful confession
- Big Data: Big Issues? (01/05/2013 07:19)
Big Data raises issues, legal philosophical and practical, that create a debate – and it is a debate that extends beyond privacy concerns and will benefit from the participation of IT lawyers. Do you want to be involved?
- Google, Googlies and Goolies (26/04/2013 10:51)
Is Google getting off lightly in its likely settlement with the EU Commission on search?
- Data Protection: NHS Turkeys Consulted on Christmas (26/03/2013 11:01)
The latest MoJ consultation is just a waste of time
- Wide-eyed (20/03/2013 16:12)
It is facile to say that IT law is international in its scope. But do IT lawyers wear jurisdictional blinkers anyway?
- An SCL Standard-form IT Services Contract? (21/02/2013 08:34)
This is a joint blog post from Clive Davies (immediate past SCL Chair) and Roger Bickerstaff (current SCL Chair) suggesting an important new initiative for SCL
- Free Speech: A Bit of a Nuisance (13/02/2013 13:45)
Are our concerns about free speech in social media etc overlooking an elephant in a Parliamentary Committee’s room?
- Information Law and the Limitations of Consent (08/02/2013 09:01)
I’ve been thinking recently about the limits of data protection recently with all the debate going on about the new Directive. I have some frustration with the debate, particularly over the validity of the consents that are given by data subjects.
- Blogging in business - an inspiring evening with Euan Semple (31/01/2013 11:16)
A short report on our first SCL KM Group seminar of 2013 focusing on the use of social media tools for internal knowledge sharing and collaboration.
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