The technological disruption facing law firms in the wake of the pandemic
Times of necessity have rocketed innovative practices into daily life a lot sooner than many expected
Who is responsible for our data and how do we get it back?
Data controllers have weaponised consent by using privacy policies written in legalese and dark patterns to hide privacy-protecting options, argues St Andrews PhD student Janis Wong
The Great British ‘internexit’ from the EU
Brexit marks a turning-point in internet regulation in the UK -- future magic circle trainee William Holmes explains why
502 Bad Gateway: Rebooting smart contracts
LSE law student Alicia Lim explains how smart contracts worsen existing power dynamics between contracting parties
Facebook’s cryptocurrency and the regulatory challenges ahead
Joshua Prior, a law graduate from the University of Exeter, takes a look at the social media giant's latest venture -- Libra
‘Big Tech’ and competition law explained
Herbert Smith Freehills trainee solicitor Patrick Todd provides an overview on some of the key issues
The emergence of artificial intelligence in the retail sector
Self-learning algorithms, chatbots, magic mirrors and robotic shop assistants -- the future of retail is looking smart
The coming of the age of AI in the law
Man must still be master of the machine, says Singapore Management University law student Soh Kian Peng
Is blockchain the future of solving human rights issues?
It can be used for much more than making tech-savvy people rich, says Queen Mary law grad Fanny Ferencz
Can AI be criminally accountable?
Ex-human rights practitioner Theo Richardson-Gool examines the problems posed by autonomous machines
What does artificial intelligence look like?
Imperial physics grad Nishant Prasad explains what an artificial neural network is and what it does
A lawyer’s guide to blockchain
Osborne Clarke's Mark Taylor helps us to understand the technology behind blockchain, how it’s changing business, and what legal challenges it presents
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?
Protecting data caught in the ‘dragnets’ of Facebook
Future trainee Wilkie Hollens explores why protecting data matters in an era when it's 'increasingly likely' we'll begin falling in love with our computers
The final countdown to GDPR compliance begins
Womble Bond Dickinson's data protection team explains the key points of the big legislative change of 2018
How young people see the abolition of net neutrality
Free competition between websites is an illusion already
Why law might soon be outsourced to computers
We're at a stage where Amazon Echo is a witness in a murder trial
Voice-activated advertisements: Should we be worried or are they the next big marketing scheme?
Burger King PR genius or criminal actions? Ryan Gaskell speculates in his shortlisted entry to the BARBRI International Cyber Crime Blogging Prize Competition
IT illiteracy and government: how legislators never understood computers
Andras Kirkman-Kovacs, runner-up in the BARBRI International Cyber Crime Blogging Prize Competition, says the government has its work cut out
Blockchain: Beyond the Microgrid
The key legal and regulatory issues that will need to be considered before mainstream adoption can be realised