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Back to Basics: The Videos

Back to Basics videos now published - on scl.org and YouTube

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SCL GDPR Jargon Buster

SCL launches an online resource translating essential GDPR concepts into plain English

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AI: Making the UK Ready Willing and Able

Lord Tim Clement-Jones writes about the important report from the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence which he chaired and the recommendations its Report put forward

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AI: Changing Rules for a Changed World

Terence Bergin QC and Quentin Tannock use the rise and expected further development of FinTech to explore some of the legal issues that might arise from AI

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Advocate General’s Opinion on Disclosure of Metadata

The disclosure of metadata may be justified in investigation of offences that do not constitute serious offences in the opinion of an Advocate General to the Court of Justice. But the special circumstances required to be present to justify an interference with the right to privacy are likely to be rare and did not apply in the instant case

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Is Data the New DNA?

David Chaplin reports on the doubts surrounding evidential data and criminal law voiced at the recent SCL event, "When the internet of things goes to court"

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Latest Data Retention Judgment

Judgment has been given on Liberty’s application for judicial review of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016, part 4 and its compatibility with EU law. The aspect of part 4 which was conceded to be incompatible was indeed declared incompatible.

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Software Lock and Injunction Refusal

An intriguing High Court judgment on an application for an injunction requiring a software supplier to provide access to business software from which the customer was locked out following an alleged breach of contract

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Human Rights Judgment on Accessing IP Address Information

According to the European Court of Human Rights, police accessing subscriber information associated with a dynamic IP address breached a suspect's human rights by failing to obtain a court order prior to access

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Editorial - April/May 2018

Laurence Eastham wants to see a constructive reaction to the current data protection fever to combat dangers that may arise once that fever has subsided.

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IFCLA Conference 2018

The 2018 IFCLA Conference, with the title ‘The Next Tech Law Revolution’, takes place in Paris on 7-8 June. Marie Hélène Tonnellier, President of IFCLA, was asked three questions about the 2018 Conference and these are her responses.

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