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26 July 2017 Extra curricular digital defence lessons

Given the shortage of cybersecurity professionals, the Department for Digital, Culture and Sport has announced that it will create a Cyber Schools programme.

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16 October 2015 What are in house counsel up to?

The recent Thompson Router’s survey is fairly revealing on trends in the sector, and it’s not all good news for law firms.

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5 June 2015 Who should be trusted with the keys to encrypted messages

This week the US federal government (who you would assume to have cyber security measures at least as effective as the UK government) suffered one of its largest ever losses of data as a result of hacking.

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6 February 2014 What hours do (other) in house lawyers work?

It’s a question that gets asked frequently at our regular in house lawyer forums.

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30 July 2013 Cyber-attacks on the rise - are you prepared?

A report published today by the Home Affairs Select Committee highlights the increasing number of cyber-attacks made on UK Businesses and Government.

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24 April 2013 When is a warranty also a representation

Where a seller of a business gives a ‘warranty’ that certain facts are true (e.

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20 December 2012 In house lawyers have had a difficult time of it before the European courts recently

First there was ECJ decision in Akzo Nobel suggesting that advice from in house counsel on competition issues would not be subject to legal advice privilege (creating a practical problem for in house lawyers advising their employer on competition issues).

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1 August 2012 When a software "licence" becomes a "sale" - a new market for secondhand software

Call me a pedant if you will but when someone says they’re “buying” a software licence, its always sounded wrong to me – if only because of the distinction between “buying” and “licensing”.

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1 August 2012 'Safe Harbor' - not safe enough for cloud computing?

Can you rely on Safe Harbor Certificates when transferring personal data to the USA? Not according to a recent EU opinion.

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30 March 2012 Cookie compliance - common wording may soon make life easier

From 26th May 2012 companies wishing to continue using cookies on their websites will need to ensure users give “opt in” consent to the use of those cookies.

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