Editorial pieces from The Cyber Solicitor.
Why US law should accommodate for computer-generated work
The future of UK State surveillance has serious implications attached to it
The EU-US Privacy Shield is being questioned just two years after it was agreed. How much longer can it last?
The EU’s new data protection laws will allow the true value of personal data to shine bright
A number of companies, big and small, appear far from ready for the GDPR
YouTube’s censorship criteria does not favour true freedom of expression
Naive technology users are also responsible for the insecurities of the digital world
The claim that Europe is jealous of Silicon Valley’s big tech companies is probably not true
Google has been illegally suppressing its competition, according to the EU Commission
Labour’s use of social media during the general election campaign is a sign of things to come
Artificial Intelligence, Artificial Art and Artificial Laws
November 1, 2019
Power and Responsibility
September 9, 2019
Exploring Privacy By Design
August 19, 2019
Security Breaches are the Icebergs of our Personal Security
July 22, 2019
Equipment Interference: an Unruly Horse?
March 24, 2019