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Facebook – friend or foe?
There has been much written in the past few days about the responsibility and the possible liability of the Internet site Facebook for postings which may appear to incite violence or hatred against others following the ...
Deconstructing the practice of internationalisation : from a policy position to a way of being
The title frames an initial piece of research forming one aspect of the writer’s broader research examining and evaluating internationalisation strategy discourses in UK Higher Education Institutions. For this particular ...
Twelve empty seats : reflections on judge only trials after jury tampering
For the first time in legal history the Central Criminal Court is sitting at the Royal Courts of Justice in a judge alone trial. R. v T; R. v B; R. v C; R. v H (“R. v T”)1 has proved to be highly controversial. The trial, ...
Cyber Warfare : A review of Theories, Law, Policies, Actual Incidents – and The Dilemma of Anonymity
In this paper, the authors undertake a study of cyber warfare reviewing theories, law, policies, actual incidents - and the dilemma of anonymity. Starting with the United Kingdom perspective on cyber warfare, the authors ...
A Challenge for China : Is It Possible to Introduce Unfair Prejudice Remedies? (Part II)
This, the second part of a two-part article, explores how unfair prejudice remedies might be introduced into Chinese company law. Looks in particular at the adoption of the English Law Commission proposals, not included ...