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Is social media challenging the authority of the judiciary? Rethinking the effectiveness of anonymised and super injunctions in the age of the internet
While freedom of expression has a long and well-established constitutional foundation as a self-governing concept, the right to privacy is a relatively recent norm in the constitutional orientation of the United Kingdom. ...
Criminal copyright proposals: are they appropriate in the information era?
There has been an increasing tendency to implement criminal IP provisions into UK law. Much of the pressure for this has come from the European Union, since the majority of its member states have existing IP systems which ...
The Digital Economy Act 2010: subscriber monitoring and the right to privacy under Article 8 of the ECHR
This paper critically assesses the compatibility of s3 Digital Economy Act 2010 (DEA) with Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights (1950) (ECHR). The analysis draws on Ofcom’s Initial Obligations and two UK ...
BILETA Response to EC Consultation on the Evaluation and Modernization of the Legal Framework for the Enforcement of IPRED
This is a collaborative submission from a group of academics based in the UK with expertise in Information technology law and related areas. The preparation of the response has been funded by the British and Irish Law ...