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- The Spam Defamation Case
- Internet of Things: Ofcom Next Steps
- SCL Event Report: Foundations of IT Law Programme – IT Law in Corporate Transactions
- Data Protection, Peerage and Privilege
- Revised eDisclosure Protocol and Guidelines
- Monetary Penalty: New First-tier Tribunal Ruling
- Consultation: Communications Data
- Data Protection and Home CCTV
The latest ideas about IT law in practice written by leading thinkers and practitioners (mostly members only)
- Making Sense of the Australian Offshore Disclosure Rules
- Technology Contracts: Creative Relationships Require Creative Agreements
- Latest EU Online Jurisdiction Ruling
- Shared Services: A Catalyst for Transformation
- Social Media and Employment: Can Offensive Personal Tweets Justify Dismissal?
- Social Media and Employment: On Yer Bike?
- Payments Information in the Real World: Peering through a Broken Text File
- The Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014 – Recent Developments
Read the latest views, insights and comments on all things IT law
- Declaration of Interest or Statement of the Obvious?
- Predictions: Final Treats
- December Address to Members
- Predictions 2015: IT Lawyers’ Selection
- Predictions 2015: Another Varied Selection
- Predictions: Meaty Material
- Predictions 2015: A First Dip
- Pre-predictions: An Apology, an Invitation and a Prediction
- Revenge Porn, RtbF and Ronseal
- An Evening with Tim Berners-Lee and our President
Contents of the latest issue of C&L Magazine are listed below. To browse back issues, click the 'See All' link at the bottom
- New Kid on the Blocking Order
- Interflora Re-visited
- Audit Clauses in Licences – Be Careful What You Wish for!
- Cases Round-up
- The EU’s Traditional Analysis of the Facebook, WhatsApp Deal – Do We Like it?
- Predictions 2015: (Mainly) IT Law
- Predictions 2015: Academics’ Foresight
- The Successful Management of Delay in IT Outsourcing Contracts
- Data Protection: Making the ‘One Stop Shop’ Work
- How Do Global Businesses Know When EU Data Protection Law Applies to Them?
- When Will Google Remove Google Spain?
- PSD2 Redux - Updated
- Predictions 2015: IT and Legal Practice
- Predictions 2015: Chris Dale
- GPL – the Linking Debate
Revisiting this 7.5 years later, I would (1) correct my egregious error that Eben Moglen was involved in drafting GPLv2. He wasn't. Although he was involved in drafting GPLv3. This affects my comments in the footnotes as well. I'd also flesh out the se... Andrew Katz, 24/01/2015 10:50:30
- Data Retention: A Pedant’s Plea for Help
and don't get me started on those Americans who Capitalise Everything Including All The Little Words; and why on earth do they think it's right to practice in a law practise Nick Holmes, 16/01/2015 12:18:30
- Exporting Encryption
There is an argument that in a fully hosted solution, where all the software resides say on a server in a server farm in Docklands, and where the licensees can only access by means of ordinary commercial browsers (admittedly using password access; and adm... Anonymous, 29/12/2014 12:11:11
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