Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers September/October 2018

The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published.
In this issue:
  • Blockchain – AndrĂ©s Guadamuz of the University of Sussex considers uses of blockchain for the management of copyright works
  • Legal design – Matt Terrell of Justis and Emily Allbon of City Law School explain the concept of legal design
  • Legal advice – Delia Venables asks practitioners whether they feel giving free legal advice is worthwhile
  • Websites – Stanley Dunthorne of Hallam Internet explains why multiple websites are not usually a good idea
  • Open data – Nick Holmes describes the state of open data in the UK: data that is free to use and republish
  • Surveillance – Alex Heshmaty of Legal Words describes the legal framework for government surveillance
  • Publications – We note a number of new internet-related publications

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