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- Busy Week for Article 29 Working Party
- SCL Event Report: Apps within Law Firms
- Data Protection Independence for Supervisors
- Law Society Guidance on Use of the Cloud
- Data Retention Directive Declared Invalid
- Article 29 Working Party: EU Processor to Non-EU Sub-processor Model Clauses
- Nominet Policy Changes
- Public Sector IT: Room for Improvement
- Blocking Orders OK: CJEU Judgment
- Technology Transfer Agreements: New EU Rules
- Special Deal for Trainees
- New Article 29 Working Party Opinions
- Consumer Credit and Online Signatures
The latest ideas about IT law in practice written by leading thinkers and practitioners (mostly members only)
- Data Retention: About Haystacks and Needles?
- Interpreting Technology Contracts: Clarity is King
- EU Data Protection Authorities Endorse Microsoft’s Cloud Computing Agreement
- Triumph for the Small Print: Consumer Rights in Virtual Products
- EU Court of Justice Lays Down Rules for Copyright Site Blocking Injunctions
- Book Review: Cloud Computing Law
- Is 2014 the Year UK Privacy Law Catches up with Mobile App Developers?
- Book Review: Information Technology and Intellectual Property Law
- Online News Media and Svensson: A New Case for Paywalls?
- Information is Still Not Property
- XP – Final Warning!
Read the latest views, insights and comments on all things IT law
- Time Machine for Sale
- A Magna Carta for the Web? No Thanks
- Horror Borealis and the Data Collection Disease
- Annual Conference Topics
- Virgin and the Red-hot POCA
- Copyright, Organ-grinders and Monkeys
- Defamation 2014: New Spot the Ball Competition
- Predictions 2014: Batch 4
- E-Learning vs chalk and talk - Where are we now?
- An SCL Standard-form IT Services Contract?
- Too Rich or Just Ignorant?
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- Google Brought Down to Earth: Landmark Privacy Development
- Game Over for Excessive TPM?: The Nintendo Ruling
- What’s in a Name? – Court of Appeal Judgment in Edem
- Injunctions, Limitation of Damages and True Loss
- E-mails: Documents or Property?
- Un-Safe Harbor: Is Safe Harbor an adequate means of protecting EU personal data transferred to the USA?
- The Price of Convenience
- Cloud Computing: Geography or Technology - Virtualisation and Control
- Digital Currency: A Primer
- Trade Secrets
- Agile Contracting: The K03
- Drones: Not Just about Data
At a time when the media is still busily debating the best way to profit from the internet, this judgement may well provide an impetus towards choosing the paywall/subscription model, which I believe would be unfortunate. It could also have some potential... Justin Dear, 06/03/2014 06:27:04
- Apps within law firms
Heard of Shake? http://www.geeklawblog.com/2014/02/trickle-up-technology.html Nick Holmes, 25/02/2014 09:56:40
- Apps within law firms
that second URL is www.venables.co.uk/legal-apps-for-individuals.htm Nick Holmes, 20/02/2014 12:20:16
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