Below is a list of all articles published on the site since 1998 (most recent first)
- Breyer: Dynamic IP Addresses as Personal Data 25/10/2016
Lorna Woods reports on the recent judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union and explains its implications
- SCL Event Report: Negotiating and Litigation of Technology Contracts - Some Common Challenges 20/10/2016
Alicia Zhuang reports on the initial meeting of SCL Singapore. Her article aims to provide a brief overview of the topics discussed, while going a little further into some of the intriguing points raised by the Chair and the panellists which are of universal application.
- Review Compilation 19/10/2016
Laurence Eastham offers reviews of publications that may be of interest to SCL members
- Cases Catch-up 19/10/2016
A series of important judgment over recent months have yet to be covered in the magazine – there just wasn’t space. Brief summaries of some of these cases and some very recent CJEU judgments are provided below. Fuller accounts are available on the SCL website and, for some recent judgments, analytical articles will give greater coverage in future issues.
- Blocking Injunctions and Trade Marks: Court of Appeal Cartier Judgment 19/10/2016
The Court of Appeal has held that blocking injunctions affecting ISPs may be appropriate where protection is sought for intellectual property rights other than copyright. Laurence Eastham summarises the case.
- Editorial 19/10/2016
Laurence Eastham moans about impenetrable court judgments, muses on post-Brexit copyright and calls for contributions
- Protecting Privacy Online: GDPR and e-Privacy Directive Revisited 17/10/2016
Agnieszka Jablonowska considers the role of data in the digital economy, focusing on the input from the BEUC, the EDPS and the Article 29 Working Party on the review of the e-Privacy Directive
- CJEU Revisits Resale of Software 16/10/2016
Dr Andrés Guadamuz considers a recent judgment from the Court of Justice of the European Union
- Payment Card Digital Security Changes 11/10/2016
Pearse Ryan, Andrew Harbison and Anne O’Donovan guide you through recent changes to the PCI Digital Security Standard which reflect learning from large-scale hacking attempts
- Has the Future Arrived? 10/10/2016
Professor Richard Susskind's ground-breaking book, The Future of Law, is now 20 years old. How have the radical predictions he made in that book fared? The SCL Annual Lecture, presented on Thursday 6 October was his chance to let us know and David Chaplin here attempts to summarise Richard's conclusions.
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