1 In my last blog post, I commented on the UK government's current proposals to impose obligations on a hugely broad range of online actors, thanks to the proposals' extra-territorial scope. This Read more
1 tl;dr Without changing the very essence of the services they provide, it would be close to impossible for any service provider, anywhere in the world, which permits the posting of user-generated Read more
1 tl;dr A former client left one negative review of a law firm.
The law firm sued.
The court held the review was defamatory, and ordered it to be removed.
The court's judgment was published, and the Read more
This is a quick comment on the Court of Appeal's judgment in the case of A and Ors, R v, relating to EncroChat. It is a comment on the judgment, and the way in which the Court applied the rules under Read more
I wrote last year about the Telecoms Security Bill. The bill, if passed, would be a significant change to the security obligations imposed on provides of electronic communications networks and Read more