5 Ways India’s Digital Personal Data Protection Act 2023 differs from Europe’s GDPR
Mayank Batavia takes a deep dive into data protection mechanisms in India and Europe
Why we need to take a closer look at ‘loot boxes’
Aspiring barrister Georgia Keeton-Williams on why more needs to be done to protect children from in-game currencies
Navigating bias in generative AI
Nottingham PPE student Charlie Downey looks at the challenges around artificial intelligence
Improving access to justice – is AI the answer?
Jake Fletcher-Stega, a recent University of Liverpool law grad explores the potential for technology to enhance legal services
The blame game: who takes the heat when AI messes up?
Megha Nautiyal, a final-year law student at the University of Delhi, explores the relationship between liability and technology
What does digital transformation mean for women in law?
MSc student and qualified Turkish lawyer Öznur Uğuz considers how advancements in tech help and hinder the current gender gap
The impact of AI on copyright law
Following public excitement around 'ChatGPT', aspiring barrister Jonathan Binns considers the impact of artificial intelligence on UK copyright law, and even asks the chatbot for its take
The future is driverless
Our driving laws are not geared up for the possibilities of driverless vehicles, but could the Law Commission have found a way to steer through the obstacles?
Welcome to the futuristic world of the Decentralised Autonomous Organisation
Can old laws govern these radical creations? MSc student and qualified Turkish lawyer, Öznur Uğuz investigates the mysterious entities known as DAOs and finds they have a lot to offer
Is the smart money on ‘smart contracts’?
Law student Tanzeel ur Rehman considers some of the drawbacks of self-executing agreements
The rights and wrongs of life in the metaverse
Future trainee William Holmes takes stock of the various legal issues emerging in the virtual world
Put your trust in computational antitrust
Law student Tanzeel ur Rehman explains how AI is being used to revolutionise competition laws
The Binance backlash
Durham University law student Jamie Campbell looks at the potential dangers of crypto derivatives
Why the Online Safety Bill doesn’t go far enough
Cambridge University law student Nathan Silver assesses the limitations of the new draft legislation
AI in healthcare: a legal and ethical balancing act
Government paralegal Marie Le Frapper considers how best to strike the balance between providing users adequate protection and encouraging growth and investment
Why Henry III would have regulated crypto communities better than us
Future magic circle trainee William Holmes compares medieval and blockchain communities
The future of cryptocurrency
Pinsent Masons paralegal Shanelle Mattu tracks the evolution of currency and considers whether crypto assets are the future of money
Why Elon Musk’s pigs are a legal headache
Bristol University student and future trainee William Holmes explores the challenges ahead for brain-computer interface (BCI) systems
Why the law should treat algorithms like murderous Greek statues
Future magic circle trainee William Holmes considers whether 'mutant algorithms' should have their day in court, following this summer's A-Level exam results fiasco
An app-le a day… keeps the developers away?
Future City lawyer Bethany Barrett examines the escalating row between developers and tech giants, including Fortnite owners Epic Games' legal battle against Apple
What Mediaeval animal trials can teach us about AI and the law
Future magic circle trainee William Holmes unlocks the method in 'Mediaeval madness'