Below is a list of all articles published on the site since 1998 (most recent first)
- GDPR Conundrums: Processing Special Categories of Data 26/09/2016
Lokke Moerel analyses the GDP’s provisions dealing with special categories of data and the crucial ambiguity surrounding when supervisory authorities need to be consulted
- Book Review: The Online Court: Will IT Work? 26/09/2016
Laurence Eastham reviews this publication from Joshua Rozenberg
- ‘Durable Medium’ and Providing Information under the PSD 23/09/2016
Chris Finney looks at a recent Attorney General’s Opinion and sees it as a useful prompt for financial services organisations to review their compliance with their duty to provide information to customers.
- Intelligent Contracts – Is this the Way Forward? 23/09/2016
While all commercial contracts are supposed to encapsulate some of the drafter’s intelligence, Kevin Gidney explains a concept that seeks to go beyond this (and beyond smart contracts) and make fuller use of artificial intelligence. He also highlights some possible applications for Intelligent Contracts.
- Brexit, Copyright and Liminality 20/09/2016
Laurence Kaye considers the likely impact on the UK of the proposals from the EU Commission for a new Copyright Directive
- Book Review: Celebrity and Royal Privacy, the Media and the Law 13/09/2016
Laurence Eastham reviews Professor Robin Callender Smith’s book, published by Sweet & Maxwell in December 2015 (ISBN: 9780414050877, £175, 563 pp)
- VKI v Amazon: Governing Law 06/09/2016
Robert Bond considers a recent CJEU judgment that considered governing law clauses in consumer contracts and gave further guidance on the meaning of ‘establishment’ in the data protection context
- Editorial 30/08/2016
Laurence Eastham should be addressing algorithms but cannot resist Brexit
- 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
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