Tag: Working papers
Social media sackings ignore rights to privacy and free expression
UK courts are unduly harsh on employees sacked for their foolish social media posts, argues UCL Professor Virginia Mantouvalou
Resting in peace? How we need to regulate the industry which thrives on your afterlife
What happens to your Facebook page after you die? Should someone be able to faceswap a photo of you as a corpse and post it on Snapchat?
They say that data is the new oil — but who exactly owns it?
As part of Legal Cheek’s occasional series exploring buzzing legal research across the UK and internationally, today, on the day that new data protection rules come into force, we delve into the unchartered territory of the law on data ownership
Can we regulate Uber into ‘doing the right thing’?
In the first of its kind, Legal Cheek launches an occasional series exploring buzzing legal research across the UK and internationally