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US Privacy Law: What’s happening at state level?

US Privacy Law: What’s happening at state level?

Liz Harding looks at some of the state level privacy initiatives currently being considered or progressed in the US


Voices from the World Cafe

David Chaplin, Editor of Computers & Law, was privileged to able to join in at the World Café that aimed to kick start new ideas for the law curriculum in the digital age. As he explains it was an impossible event to summarise.


STEAM NOT STEM! Training, jobs and education in the age of AI

Lord Tim Clement-Jones ponders the impact that the growing use of AI will have on the world of work and what that means for the development of the curriculum. Adapted from his opening scene-setting speech delivered to the SCL World Café in November 2019.


ICO seeks views on Proceeds of Crime Act powers

The ICO is consulting on an application to be given investigative and other powers under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 to close potential gap between civil and criminal fines

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This week's Techlaw News Round-Up

EC consults on platform-to-business compliance, EDPB 15th Plenary session, the Chancellor of the High Court’s speech announces soon to be published legal statement on smart contracts and cryptoassets plus more in our weekly round-up of techlaw news snippets and links to our more in-depth news

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Cybersecurity for Lawyers: 1 - First Steps

In the first of a series of “Back to Basics” articles, adapted from the Cybersecurity for Lawyers wiki he has recently started, Neil Brown sets out some of the first steps that law firms should consider when putting in place their own cybersecurity policy touching on why it is important, how to assess the threats and documenting policies.


In Other News: this week’s techlaw news round-up

Europol on spear phishing, caller line ID consultation, online gambling report and more in this week’s round-up of techlaw news from the past week not covered separately on the site

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Open Source, Collaboration and the future of software

In our first contribution to our Predictions and Reflections for the year Amanda Brock, CEO of OpenUK, reflects on her year in open source software, where it has come from and why it matters for the future.


New Faces, New Voices

The SCL Chair, Mark O'Conor, considers inclusiveness and encourages you to get involved with the Society

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