Latest posts from our blogs
- Predictions 2017.6 – Richard Stephens (05/12/2016 10:47)
Richard Stephens worries about the cloud and security in 2017
- Predictions 2017.5 – Neil Brown (02/12/2016 15:49)
Neil Brown ponders on some near-term thoughts and predictions for communications and Internet service providers and their advisors.
- Predictions 2017.4 - Chris Marsden (01/12/2016 10:31)
Still depressed over 2016’s major developments, Chris Marsden focuses on telecoms and net neutrality and looks forward to a 2017 in which the follies of 2016 may well truly bite
- Predictions 2017.3 - Charles Christian (01/12/2016 09:36)
In a week of data breaches (and what week isn’t?), Charles Christian offers his thoughts on the 2017 priority
- Predictions 2017.2 - Marion Oswald (30/11/2016 12:06)
Not sure if Marion Oswald’s contribution is whimsical or depressing, but it is an irresistible comment on life as we may come to know it
- Predictions Begin - John Yates (30/11/2016 11:23)
It is very nearly December so here is the first in our series of predictions postings. There is still time to submit your predictions. John Yates sets our predictions ball rolling with a constructive warning
- Call for Predictions - 2017 and beyond (21/11/2016 12:02)
I am again looking for contributions for our predictions slot. 2016 has proved that predicting is a mug’s game but you may enjoy playing despite that
- Thoughts on the Tech Law Futures Conference (16/11/2016 08:38)
Here are some brief reflections on a very positive experience
- Facebook and Admiral: A Real Cause for Concern (02/11/2016 17:11)
I am confused by the outrage over Admiral’s plan to use analysis of Facebook posts to determine car insurance premiums. I am not convinced it is properly directed.
- Is the ICO Quietly Implementing the GDPR? (21/10/2016 12:57)
Laurence Eastham applauds the new ICO Code of Practice and wonders if the ICO is flying under the Brexit radar.
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