This is the blog of Laurence Eastham, the Editor of Computers & Law magazine and of this site. It comments on developments in IT law and IT applications in the areas traditionally covered by Computers & Law. There will also be occasional guest contributions from others. The views expressed here are personal views and in no way represent the views of SCL, its trustees or any other member of the Society.
- 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.
- Back to the Future – Coming Shortly (01/07/2014 15:41)
The SCL Technology Law Futures Forum was a great success. Podcasts will be available soon.
- Creeping Up and Racing Past (09/06/2014 10:36)
I worry about coping with ‘future technology’ today
- Google Spain: Call for (Short) Contributions (27/05/2014 15:59)
I want more comment and pointers to comment on this seminal judgment
- Finding an unAPI Medium (11/05/2014 00:58)
The latest ruling in California on the protection for IP rights in APIs has worrying consequences
- Time Machine for Sale (07/04/2014 10:24)
Stunning new technology is now available on the SCL web site
- A Magna Carta for the Web? No Thanks (12/03/2014 16:18)
Who could be against the idea of a Magna Carta for web users? I could.
- Horror Borealis and the Data Collection Disease (28/02/2014 10:56)
You have to feel sorry for GCHQ. They have been infected with a disease. Perhaps our supposed commitment to austerity can offer a cure.
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