A legal history of GCHQ computer hacking
Should organisations use a risk-based approach for EU data transfers?
A deep dive into the sweeping changes to EU data transfer rules
The Digital Services Act and its implications for the EU’s digital economy
The idea that internet platforms are just conduits in the information age is withering away. But at what cost?
A critique of Trump’s TikTok ban
Can AI improve efficiency and productivity in the legal field?
Why US law should accommodate for computer-generated work
What improvements in AI could do to the future economy and greater humanity
Naive technology users are also responsible for the insecurities of the digital world
A string of disruptive cyberattacks across the world suggests there are more on the way
How people in China are managing to bypass the autocratic methods of their government
The EU’s Digital Copyright Directive and the balance of interests between copyright owners, internet platforms and consumers
The aberrant rise of platform liability in the UK
Regulators want to social media stars to be more transparent about product promotions
A court ruling against Uber in the UK may not be as helpful to its drivers as it may appear
Google has been illegally suppressing its competition, according to the EU Commission
Big Data and algorithms are gradually decimating the concepts of individualism and free will