Editorial

Fineprint

WK Hon looks at the uses of a piece of low-cost print software and enthuses about its application in legal life.

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Bloody Sunday: The Electronic Inquiry

Members of the Society for Computers and Law, at the invitation of Lord Saville, travelled to Londonderry recently for a day out at the Bloody Sunday Inquiry. Justin McKenna reports on the experience.

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.dash

The advent of seven new top level domains has created an unprecedented dash for registration, as examined here by Jonathan Ebsworth and Giles Bennett.

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Internet Privacy: Inroads into Assumptions

In February the case of Totalise Plc v Motley Fool Limited went almost without mention. Joanne Ashley describes why she finds this surprising and briefly considers the implications of this case.

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Time For Performance in IT Contracts

There is probably no single aspect of IT projects that creates more confusion, disputes, and ultimately litigation, than the question of contractual time for performance. Duncan McCall and Ben Pilling of 4 Pump Court tackle the problem.

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Distance Selling Regulations

This article is an edited version of Susan Singleton’s presentation to the London Group meeting on 30 April.

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Letter to the Editor

Peter Sommer of the Computer Security Research Centre, London School of Economics comments on a recent article.

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