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AI facial recognition and biometric detection: balancing consumer rights and corporate interests
The purpose of this study is two-fold. Firstly, to critically assess the extent to which corporate actors can lawfully use artificial intelligence (AI) technology for real-time facial recognition biometric detection. ...
End(s) of the Harmonization in the European Union: Centrifuging or Engineering?
The European Union (EU) harmonization has an evolving and dynamic nature. Different theoretical approaches (e.g., regulatory competition, coevolution, reflexive harmonization) are often echoed to delve into the EU ...
Editorial: European Journal of Law and Technology BILETA Special Issue 2021
This collection of papers from the BILETA 2020 conference addresses exciting new developments in both law and technology, from smart homes and cities to artificial intelligence and copyright laws looking to regulate online ...
Female Sexual Autonomy, Virginity, and Honour-based Violence with Special Focus on the UK
In honour-based patriarchal societies, young girls and women are expected to remain virgins until marriage. If this expectation is not met, the consequences can be very harmful and may even lead to honour killing. Honour ...
The CJEU and the Educational Exception in Renckhoff: Permitted to view but not to share?
(Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 2021-05-20)
The scope of communication to the public right under Art3 of the InfoSoc is, arguably, amorphous. The jurisprudence developed by the CJEU has transcended the purpose of WIPO Copyright Treaty which the InfoSoc intended to ...
The probation service in England and Wales: A decade of radical change or more of the same?
This article reviews developments in probation in England and Wales since 2010, a decade in which services were exposed to the logic of competition and profit. In 2014, the Conservative-Liberal Democrat Coalition government’s ...
'If the cap fits?' Probation staff and the changing nature of supervision in a Community Rehabilitation Company
This article explores the changing nature of supervision in a Community Rehabilitation Company (CRC) following the Transforming Rehabilitation (TR) reforms to probation services in England and Wales. Based on an ethnographic ...
'The right kind of person for the job'? Emotional labour and organizational professionalism in probation
This paper utilises the concept of organizational professionalism to illustrate the importance of emotional labour for probation practice, as well as its potential consequences for practitioners. Based on an ethnographic ...
Developing Community Courts with Restorative Justice in Ireland
In 2007 the Irish National Crime Council recommended that community courts should be established in Ireland, located in the inner city of Dublin, to deal with quality-of-life offences. In 2009 the final report of the ...