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Why European states are slow to use mobile tracing technology during COVID-19

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Anonymous Web ‘Trolls’ Are Targeted by Company Lawyers in U.K. Lawsuits

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Individuals ‘have no right’ to stop name being used online

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Defamation on the internet might land you in jail!

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Web developer avoids jail after creating website about ex-client which falsely claimed he was a paedophile

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Online harassment injunction first Yair Cohen

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You Can Be Forgotten Online, But Not in the British Library

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BBC tracking terrorists online

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Why retailers should embrace online reviews

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UK shoppers more likely to be positive in online reviews than negative

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Social Media Disorder

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Legality of Negative Reviews

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Analysis: Internet democracy sounds the death knell for the judges

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May 2020

The Internet Law Leadership Summit 2020

14 May 2020  -  15 May 2020

The annual gathering of the most prominent internet law lawyers and attorneys from across the world

From 09:00 until 17:00

At Aria Hotel, Las Vegas

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April 2020

The Data Protection Practitioners' Conference 2020

06 Apr 2020

The annual ICO conference with Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham CBE

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    NEWS! Breach of privacy on Facebook court case £15,000 in damages for alleging the claimant suffered from mental health issues
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    Too many young people today, especially boys (but increasingly girls, as well), are learning about sex, relationships, and how to treat women and girls from pornography instead of from their fathers. https://t.co/8f3WpeXTWl

    New legislation on online harm is being considered by Parliament. How far is it going to go?
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