Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 15 May

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

It’s time to smarten up our act in the fight against cybercrime [The Telegraph]

Freedom of Information Act document leaks could become criminal [The Guardian]

Dyson prepares to restart legal battle with Bosch after EU court win [The Telegraph]

Lord Judge fears unscrutinised Brexit legislation [Law Society Gazette]

Donald Trump’s lawyer branded “super creepy” after posting picture of his daughter in lingerie online [The Mirror]

Gina Miller: “The dishonesty still goes on. That’s what I abhor” [The Guardian]

Chinese lawyer “wore torture device for a month” [BBC News]

Husband of a missing lawyer reveals she recently asked for a divorce after 23 years of marriage and claims she walked out to join a sect [Mail Online]

Facebook users will be given new legal right to delete all posts they made as teenagers, Tories announce [The Telegraph]

Legal clerk forced to leave Edinburgh courtroom because fussy sheriff said her typing was too loud [The Sun]

Apply to attend: The Legal Cheek and Shearman & Sterling General Election debate [Legal Cheek Hub]

“With public services on their knees and tuition fees rising, I predict even more bright young people turning to law/finance and away from medicine/civil service/charity.” [Legal Cheek Comments]