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Disruptive Technology - 3D Printing and Product Liability

Disruptive Technology - 3D Printing and Product Liability

Jane Halkerson reviews the law that protects consumers using 3D printing and wonders whether bespoke regulation is needed


Data-orientated Contracts

Akber Datoo explains how a new mindset is needed for contracts if they are to be effective in a data-driven world.


BEREC Net Neutrality Consultation

BEREC has announced consultation on an evaluation of the application of the BEREC Net Neutrality Guidelines in the context of the Net Neutrality Regulation

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EU Adopts Ban on Unjustified Geo-Blocking

Lars Kjolbye, Elisabetta Righini and Peter Citron bring us up to speed on this important new Regulation that seeks to underpin the Digital Single Market


Move on Up*

Mark O'Conor, the SCL Chair, on the Society's new home, added potential and some exciting things to come.

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Triple Jump over Data Protection Fees

At the time of the consultation of the new regime for data protection fees, the maximum fee was floated as £1000. The draft fees regulations suggest a maximum fee of £2900. Laurence Eastham bemoans his ignorance of the process that led to a leap that would leave Jonathan Edwards in awe

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Recent Developments in New Zealand

Our international editor for New Zealand, David J Harvey, reviews changes in the use of court technology in New Zealand


Covert CCTV at Work: is this ever possible?

Gwynneth Tan and Michael Briggs consider decisions of the European Court of Human Rights, which recently held that covert CCTV infringed a worker's right to a private life. A previous decision of the same court permitted use of covert CCTV. They ask where employers stand


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