Editorial

Deep Risks in Deep-linking?

John Garcia of Clyde & Co considers the main heads of claim under which liability for deep-linking may result, following the recent decision in Keljob v Cadremploi.

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When a dot.com Collapses

David Leibowitz, of Berwin Leighton Paisner, looks at the legal consequences for creditors, investors and directors when a dot.com burns through venture capital.

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Making Privacy a Competitive Advantage

The 14th Annual Privacy Laws & Business Conference was held once again, at St. John’s College, Cambridge over three full days in early July.

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Letter to the Editor

Simon Jones, Librarian at Pemberton Greenish and Chair of ICLG, comments on the editorial of August/September 2001.

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Internet Interest Group: Cybercrime

The two speakers at the meeting were Steven Philippsohn, of Philippsohn Crawfords Berwald, and DS Clive Blake, from the Computer Crime Unit of Scotland Yard. This report from Delia Venables is a distillation of both their talks; the ideas are theirs, but she claims responsibility for any errors.

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New SCL Web Site

Laurence Eastham reflects on the lessons learnt from the development of the new site and seeks SCL members’ help in making it work.

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Editorial

Laurence Eastham takes a jaundiced look at an exciting development in the moves to providing effective Legal XML in the UK and worries about the market for free legal information.

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The Perils of E-mail

If you thought Year 2000 was a potentially explosive issue, wait until people start banging on your doors demanding tamper-proof records of all e-mails sent and received for the past three years.

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