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

Jun 26 2017 10:31am

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

May 31 2017 12:02pm

Blockchain: Beyond the Microgrid

The key legal and regulatory issues that will need to be considered before mainstream adoption can be realised

May 3 2017 4:14pm

Fintech: Can legislation really drive innovation?

Hogan Lovells partner Jon Chertkow on what the second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) and Open Banking could mean for everyday banking

Apr 4 2017 3:03pm

Sci-fi nightmare: could law students soon be learning about judgments made by robots?

Finding the limits of AI’s advancement in the English common law

Nov 10 2016 11:05am

The privacy law storm gripping social media

Don’t trash the e-mails you receive from Facebook

Nov 8 2016 10:05am

FinTech – exaggerated hopes or justified enthusiasm?

Reed Smith trainee Anne-Marie Trachmann on why we should expect great things

Sep 23 2016 9:58am

Not if but when: The rise and rise of AI in legal practice

Lawyers being replaced by technology, should we be scared?

Sep 19 2016 11:47am