Below is a list of all articles published on the site since 1998 (most recent first)
- 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
- Wearable Tech – A Passing Fashion? 31/07/2015
Fad, fashion or durable? Sarah Pearce has fashioned an article that looks at the trend towards wearables
- Tokenisation 27/07/2015
Amandeep Singh, Milan Joshi and Steve Clough explain tokenisation and how it fits into the payment ecosystem
- Book Review: Cloud Computing: A Practical Introduction to the Legal Issues 23/07/2015
Chris James reviews the second edition of this book by Renzo Marchini
- Dysfunctional IT - Project Dysfunctions: A Tsunami of Change 21/07/2015
Andrew Hooles has written a series of blog posts exploring what he describes as the five dysfunctions of IT deals (project dysfunctions, solution dysfunctions, procurement dysfunctions, relationship dysfunctions and contractual dysfunctions). In these, he aims to identify the key factors to successful IT deals and to establish a baseline for technology deals that customers, suppliers and their advisers can agree upon. This article derives from his post on what he considers to be one factor associated with project dysfunctions – change. There is a link to the series of articles at the end of this piece.
- What’s the Big Deal? Big Data in the Financial Services Sector 15/07/2015
Jonny Emmanuel considers the big questions surrounding Big Data
- The Internet of Things: How Will DATA (not you) Control the Machines that Control Your Home? 10/07/2015
Lisa Downs expands on her contribution to the SCL Technology Law Futures Conference with a warning on control
- Is Luddism the Answer to ‘Keeping Humans at the Heart’? 08/07/2015
This article draws on Neil Brown’s contribution to the SCL’s Technology Law Futures Conference, in which he mused on the parallel between today’s concerns about the impact of technologies and those of the Luddites in the 19th century, and floated the idea of a ‘human impact assessment’.
- Editorial 01/07/2015
Laurence Eastham explains the origins of this special issue and offers some thoughts on a recent case on the limits of freedom of speech.
- From Transition Towns to Smart Cities: Opportunities and Challenges 01/07/2015
The principles which underpin the Smart Cities initiatives are rarely seen as applicable to smaller communities but, as Branka Dimitrijevic shows, they are often equally valid in such contexts
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