Editorial

Web Site Design and the Disability Discrimination Act 1995

“The Internet is a wonderful thing for the disabled. You should be proud of your achievement in making the life of the disabled so much better.” Rabbi Lionel Blue, OBE at the Annual Dinner of The British Computer Society held on 12 November, 2001. Stephen Mason and Catherine Casserley explain why this is not always so – and what the law requires.

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In.BIZness

Now that the new top level domains are coming online, Jonathan Ebsworth and Giles Bennett examine whether reality has lived up to the hype.

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Account Aggregation

Emily Wiewiorka discusses the legislative anomalies facing account aggregators in the UK.

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Risky Business

Recent case law has made the IT industry increasingly nervous about the use of contracts as an effective tool for managing risk. John Yates examines the hidden world of risk management and other methods available to suppliers to manage their risks.

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E-mail and the Postal Rule

Kirsten Houghton and Kate Vaughan-Neil apply old rules to new packages. They ask whether the square peg e-mail, really can be fitted into the round hole of the postal rule.

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Biggin it up at Bath

Paul Berwin and Sarah Ruston report on their experience at the IT Law Conference.

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Passenger Data

Heidi Pfleger explains the complexities of the US/EU passenger data impasse.

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Sales from the Lap of Luxury

Davina Garrod and Alana Tervo provide a roadmap for those interested in distributing luxury products over the Internet, especially when seeking to apply restrictions which are consistent with EU competition law.

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