Below is a list of all articles published on the site since 1998 (most recent first)
- GDPR and the ICO: Influenced or Independent? 27/08/2016
Tim Turner looks at the strange shift in the ICO’s position on the GDPR which seems to raise important questions about the Information Commissioner’s independence.
- When Algorithms Kill 24/08/2016
Peter Gallagher considers the autonomous weapons debate in international humanitarian law
- The Legal Consequences of Genetic Prediction 24/08/2016
Aisling de Paor highlights some of the ethical and legal concerns arising with use of algorithms based on genetic information, and advocates the need to appropriately control and regulate these new technologies.
- Do the Commercial Agents Regulations Apply to the Sale of Software? 15/08/2016
Martin Sloan reflects on a recent judgment in the High Court which classified software as ‘goods’ and which may have implications for software licensors
- Algorithmic Surveillance: True Negatives 15/08/2016
Maria Helen Murphy explores surveillance algorithms and the interplay with fundamental rights
- From Algorithmic Law to Automation-friendly Legislation 15/08/2016
Dag Wiese Schartum tells us how to build automated legal decision-making systems
- Towards Open Government 15/08/2016
Niall Ó Brolcháin asks how sovereign governments that were constituted in a bygone age can move into a new technological era that demands openness and transparency.
- Algorithmic Governmentality: Techo-optimism and the Move towards the Dark Side 15/08/2016
If algorithmic government does ever achieve its full potential, John Morison offers an intimidating insight into the world we might see
- Algorithmic Decision-Making and the Problem of Opacity 15/08/2016
John Danaher introduces our focus on algorithms in legal and governmental decision-making and explains some of the basic problems. You can find further linked articles in the side-panel.
- Are Your People Your Most Effective Defence Against Cyber-attacks? 08/08/2016
As we all become increasingly aware of the vulnerability of organisations to cyber-attack, Nick Wilding explains how the key is to educate people
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