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The Copyright Clink Conundrum : Is Chan Nai-Ming the Modern Day Josef K.?
A study of the plight of the unfortunate3 Mr Chan Nai-Ming of Hong Kong leads the authors to conclude that a by-product of the digital age is the increasing criminalisation of copyright law. Increasingly, there is a worldwide ...
Still a Spam-a-Lot nation?
Considers recent case law in relation to unsolicited marketing emailing.
Juries and extraneous material : a question of integrity
This article challenges the unconditional faith seemingly placed on juries by the judiciary. Despite the prohibition on investigation into jury deliberations, a number of important cases have come to light which invite ...
The Digital Divide Revisited : The Grand Canyon of the Online Environment
The second stage of the World Summit on Information Society (WSIS) in November 2005 resolved to tackle the problem of bridging the digital divide. There have been a number of initiatives aimed at bridging the digital divide, ...
The Fraud Act 2006
A practical overview of the Fraud Act 2006
Who gives a Triple-X about Triple-X?
An analysis of the legal and political implications of the initial refusal of ICANN to introduce the top-level .xxx domain name.