Below is a list of all articles published on the site since 1998 (most recent first)
- Employment: Social Media and Dismissal 28/08/2015
Paul Mander explains how a Facebook brag left a British Waterways employee in the drink
- What are the Security Risks for Law Firms Using Windows 10? 26/08/2015
Robert Rutherford takes a positive view of the new Microsoft operating system
- Editorial 24/08/2015
Laurence Eastham calls for solidarity as a way to deal with the threats that AI brings
- Technology Law Futures Conference – Evening Keynote Report 24/08/2015
Flora Blackett-Ord reports on the talk from Dylan Evans on ‘The Great AI Swindle’ which was the evening keynote at the SCL Technology Law Futures Conference. This article previously appeared as a news item on the site.
- Cases Round-up 24/08/2015
Laurence Eastham summarises the cases reported on the SCL web site in recent months which are not covered elsewhere in the magazine. This article has been created especially for the magazine; fuller reports are available on the SCL site.
- Cloud, Patents and Semantics 13/08/2015
Why do patent professionals spend so much time trying to find the right words to describe an invention? Nick Reeve shows how the story of cloud computing technology, and the words used to describe it, provide an explanation.
- The HTML5 Battery API 12/08/2015
Neil Brown, Rebecca Collard and Micheál Ó Floinn comment on the news that functionality within the HTML5 standard may allow surreptitious tracking of users.
- Open Season on Service Providers? The General Data Protection Regulation Cometh… 04/08/2015
Are you a service provider dealing with personal data? Be afraid. Be very afraid. Especially (but not only) if you’re an IaaS/PaaS cloud provider. Kuan Hon explains.
- Robots in the UK 04/08/2015
In another in our series of articles inspired by the recent SCL Technology Law Futures Conference, Rob Buckingham looks at the reality of developments in the UK concerning robotics and autonomous systems, in the context of the coming explosion in the applications of AI
- In, Out or Shake it All About? The Impact of the UK Opt-out from the Policing and Criminal Justice Data Protection Directive 03/08/2015
Rosemary Jay identifies areas of complexity and various data protection conundrums arising from UK opt-outs
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