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OCTOBER 26 |

Legal Issues Surrounding the Protection of APIs

APIs serve the common aim of increasing connectivity and interconnectedness. They are the hooks and handshakes that enable different software programs to talk to each other – they allow you to log-in to iPhone Apps using Facebook credentials; to share articles using icon short cuts that directly connect with your Twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook account; […]

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OCTOBER 10 |

Brexit and IT law

A surprising thing about the referendum was that no one explained what, it turns out, we’re leaving. The EU is an elevator with complete economic integration at the top floor. The ground level is the international trade order built after 1945, and the elevator rises through progressive levels of integration architected around free movement of […]

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JANUARY 20 |

Data Sovereignty I

Data sovereignty is a person’s right to control access to, and disclosure of, their own data. Richard Kemp looks at the debate on the limits of data sovereignty and what this means for business.

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JANUARY 20 |

IT Law Trends for 2016 – Artificial Intelligence

Developments within IT are starting to disrupt and transform established business patterns – rapid adoption and convergence of artificial intelligence and the cloud is behind these changes so what can IT lawyers expect from artificial intelligence in 2016?

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