Latest posts from our blogs
- Revenge Porn, RtbF and Ronseal (21/10/2014 13:14)
The names we give things matter and new government legislation does not do what it says on the tin.
- Address to SCL Members (13/10/2014 12:54)
The success of the SCL Annual Conference, a possible name change for SCL and a new SCL online group for in-house lawyers.
- Know Who? (07/10/2014 00:05)
Melanie Farquharson trials the upcoming Knowledge Management Group event and asks, on behalf of the KM Committee, to hear from members about the difficulties they have encountered in locating expertise within their firm, and about any solutions they have found
- An Evening with Tim Berners-Lee and our President (29/09/2014 10:13)
Reflecting on an evening that raised some profound questions about the future of the Web.
- Pro Bono Privacy Guidance for Megacorp (25/09/2014 23:09)
The Article 29 Working Party has spotted a neglected area that pro bono services have not reached: the mega-rich US corporation
- iOS 8: Too Much Privacy? (18/09/2014 11:24)
- Address to SCL Members (08/09/2014 12:41)
I have written to all SCL members today in the first of a series of letters to members. But I am very much aware that there is a wider audience, both in the UK and abroad, that is interested in developments in our IT Law community and SCL’s activities so I am sharing that letter via my blog
- The Elusive Referendum Monster (04/08/2014 13:05)
Is there a referendum monster hidden deep in the Scottish lochs that will rear up and destroy IT law?
- DRIP 2014: A Conspiracy Theory (18/07/2014 14:00)
When intelligent people do something that looks silly, it is always worth wondering who benefits from the act
- Facebook Experiment: Justified Outrage (04/07/2014 10:59)
Filtering news and manipulating moods and emotions? Yep, that’s me. And probably lots of you too.
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