by Mitchell Longan Introduction The European Parliament is currently considering a proposal to address problems of piracy and other forms of copyright infringement associated with the digital world. Article 13 of the proposed Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single
by Saahil Dama Over recent years, there have been growing demands for banning lethal autonomous weapon systems (“LAWS”) by means of an international treaty. These demands are based on the apprehension that LAWS would lead to an arms race between
Lydia Morgan Despite Security Minister Ben Wallace’s attempts to downplay it, the Court of Appeal’s ruling in the Watson case (SSHD v Watson & others) continues the drip of cases finding the Government’s draconian attempt to access bulk communications data
Isabelle Le Gallez Introduction The image of the little boy with the monkey dominated all media platforms from mid-April 2017 until his death in late July at 11 months of age. The little boy is, of course, Charles Gard, known
CREATe, together with TrademarkNow and SCRIPTed, are inviting contributions for an exciting and relevant essay competition. The theme is: How will Artificial Intelligence change the practice of Intellectual Property law? For the last four years CREATe (the RCUK Centre for
Joshua Finnell* On 9 May 2013, US President Barack Obama issued Executive Order 13642-Making Open and Machine Readable the New Default for Government – mandating, wherever legally permissible and possible, that US Government information be made open to the public.
Some of our readers might recall our editors’ note in the most recent issue of SCRIPTed, published in December of last year, where we mentioned that there are many exciting things in store for our journal. With the passing of
To celebrate the launch of SCRIPTed 3.0 we are running a photo competition, where the three winners will have their pictures used on the cover of our 2016 issues. See the poster below for more information. Note that the deadline