Below is a list of all articles published on the site since 1998 (most recent first)
- When Hackers Strike, Who Pays the Bill? 22/07/2014
Threats to internet security are constantly in the news, but organisations of all sizes will know that there is a real cost to be borne when systems are hacked. James Hyde and Neil Jackson consider a recent TCC judgment which had to consider who should bear the cost.
- Virtual Currencies and the European Banking Authority 10/07/2014
Virtual Currencies and the European Banking Authority Simon Deane-Johns reports on the recent opinion from the European Banking Authority on virtual currencies and suggests that they are barking up the wrong tree
- Tiptoeing Through the Online Jungle: The Media’s Need for Guidance 06/07/2014
Justin Dear offers some guidelines of general application that may help those working in the media decide when it is legal and acceptable to publish photographs online
- The Internet of Things: A Lawyer’s Guide 05/07/2014
In the first of a series of articles arising from SCL’s hugely successful Technology Law Futures Forum, Alistair Maughan shines a light on the Internet of Things and the important points for lawyers to note
- Dangers of Outsourcing by Regulated Entities 01/07/2014
Pearse Ryan, Rob Cain and Emma Dunne recount a cautionary tale that arises from the Central Bank of Ireland’s recent imposition of a fine on an insurer for breaches of consumer protection legislation
- Cases Round-up 30/06/2014
Laurence Eastham gives a brief outline of some of the cases covered by the SCL web site over the last couple of months that the IT lawyer needs to know about but which have not been covered in full articles in the magazine. Online readers should note that this article was created for the magazine for the sake of completeness and that fuller reports of each case are available online.
- Google Spain: Triumph or Disaster 30/06/2014
With the seminal judgment in Google Spain, aka the Costeja ruling, having excited more comment than any CJEU judgment in recent years, Laurence Eastham offers some pointers to what has happened since and what has been said about the judgment. Note that this article was created for the magazine and is posted online merely for completeness.
- Editorial 30/06/2014
Laurence Eastham adds to the Google Spain obsession
- Going Native 25/06/2014
Susan Barty and Stuart Helmer look at a recent finding by the Advertising Standards Authority and the lessons that can be drawn from it
- Crypto-currencies and the Law - The Irish Position 25/06/2014
Pearse Ryan, Rob Cain and Emma Dunne review the developments on crypto-currencies like Bitcoin which are of relevance in Ireland
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