Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers January/February 2018


The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published.

In this issue:
  • 2017 review – Nick Holmes and several contributors consider what we learned in 2017 about trolling and fake news, Big Tech regulation, AI in law, social media, algorithms, machine learning and the courts
  • Data protection – Eduardo Ustaran of Hogan Lovells provides some pointers on how Brexit will affect data protection
  • Transcription – Delia Venables and guests on transcription, voice recognition, document generation and AI
  • Web links – Nick Holmes looks at the law relating to web links, likely problem areas and linking good practice
  • Irish software – Delia Venables reviews the key legal software and technology suppliers in Ireland
  • Cybercrime – Alex Heshmaty explains what cybercrime is, its consequences and how it can be prevented

Access the Newsletter online

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