Below is a list of all articles published on the site since 1998 (most recent first)
- Cats, Chickens and Elephants 27/11/2015
In the latest in our series of articles on Schrems, Paul Bernal offers his views on the effect of the judgment and the context in which it should be seen
- Seeding the Global Public Sector Cloud: Data Classification, Security Frameworks and International Standards 25/11/2015
Richard Kemp pinpoints the ways in which the Cloud can be made more appealing to the public sector, and the benefits that can arise from wider adoption
- The Draft Investigatory Powers Bill - Achieving a Good Faith Debate 23/11/2015
Marion Oswald writes about the danger of anger and conflicting or simplistic argument obscuring the things that matter when serious issues surrounding the detail of the draft Investigatory Powers Bill need to be examined.
- Can the North’s Technology Clusters Play a Starring Role in the Northern Powerhouse? 19/11/2015
Antony Hall has an interesting take on the Northern Powerhouse and sees a role for IT lawyers in helping to build the infrastructure of professional support that will be needed.
- Can We Write Better Contracts? 18/11/2015
Andrew Hooles thinks that we can. His article suggests several areas for improvement and is intended to be a call to action.
- The EU-US Safe Harbour Decision is Dead. Long Live its Successor? 16/11/2015
Julia Hörnle analyses the Schrems judgment in depth and considers its implications
- The Penalty Spot: The ParkingEye and Cavendish Square Holding BV Decisions 05/11/2015
Helen Hart and Jon English report on the Supreme Court judgment and consider its implications for IT lawyers
- A Quick Overview of the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill 04/11/2015
Neil Brown’s overview comes with a ‘health warning’: this is based on a very quick review of the draft bill and recollections of discussions from consultation meetings on this issue. Let him know what he’s got wrong(!) at draft_IP_bill@neilzone.co.uk. Neil offers this article as ‘food for thought’ and to help discussion. It is based on what he found interesting. It is of course neither complete nor legal advice and was written in his personal capacity.
- (Turning Your) Back to the Future 29/10/2015
Charles Drayson offers his thoughts on the future, inspired by the new book from Daniel and Richard Susskind, ‘The Future of the Professions’
- Cases Round-up 29/10/2015
Laurence Eastham summarises some of the recent cases reported on the SCL web site which are not covered elsewhere in the magazine. Fuller reports are available on this site as news items.
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