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Volume 21 No 10 — April 2019
Protecting net neutrality — one size does not fit all
Regulation 90 statement gets a makeover — but it’s still a bit ridiculous, don’t you think?
Think twice before you “like” — social media defamation
Drone law after Gatwick: legislation, registration and accreditation in Australia in 2019
Volume 21 No 9 — March 2019
Introducing Joe Seisdedos as the newest Editorial Panel member
Australia’s Digital Platforms Inquiry: will this lead to a revolution in the regulation of the internet?
The Rokt decision represents an initial swing of the pendulum back towards the patentability of computer-enabled inventions in Australia
Internet censorship: Australia’s new laws blocking search engine results — a reflection of a trend to censor
The Assistance and Access Act: the controversy continues…
Volume 21 No 8 — January 2019
Copyright Act extends its tentacles for online infringement
The legal challenges of Connect TV
Manual responses to automated systems enabling unobserved infringement are not enough: Gumtree, eBay, Google et al — take note!
A new era: .au direct registrations are coming
Volume 21 No 7 — November 2018
“Loot boxes” drawing regulatory attention
Online video gaming and user-generated content: what rights do users have?
Criminal injuries compensation and electronic case management: ICMS at a glance
Notifiable Data Breaches scheme — 8 months on
Volume 21 No 6 — October 2018
The ins and outs of cyber insurance
Legalities of the Internet of Things: a US perspective
Cryptocurrency and blockchain: thoughts for the future
The Lift Shop lesson on the ease of descriptive online use of trade marks
Volume 21 No 5 — September 2018
But what if Google guesses wrong? Action for allegedly defamatory auto-complete results allowed to proceed
E-commerce under the microscope — interview with Dr Michael Schaper
Do you want to play in the regulatory sandbox?
Nipping racism in the bud: s 18C and the internet
Volume 21 No 4 — August 2018
Online trade promotions — the consumer law risk
When the “vibe” of computer programs or webpages is copied: EIFY v 3D Safety Services
The EU General Data Protection Regulation
Revenge porn: your mother should have tort you better than that
Volume 21 No 3 — July 2018
Fostering cyber awareness in a multi-vector threat environment
Celebrities … are they just another Average Joe? A discussion of celebrity trade mark applications
Site blocking
Google v Duffy defamation appeal: the results are in for Google
Volume 21 No 2 — June 2018
Valve Corporation v ACCC: cross-border online transactions and application of the Australian Consumer Law to digital “goods”
Time to get your head out of the cloud as data breach mandate looms
Blocked by the blockchain: how blockchain technology is revolutionising the protection and enforceability of intellectual property rights
Reducing uncertainty in the open source ecosystem
Volume 21 No 1 — May 2018
What happens to your digital wealth on death and incapacity?
Netflix tax, premium content for offshore suppliers
Digital Central (Assets) Pty Ltd v Stefanovski
Are courts’ backs to the future regarding artificial intelligence?
Volume 20 No 10 — April 2018
Regulators want #realtalk on social media
Negotiations via email create binding agreement
“Click–clash” — be alert to hidden icebergs within online contracts
Blockchain — enforcement and regulations
Volume 20 No 9 — February 2018
Law firms should be concerned about passwords
Business continuity — it pays to have a plan
Building a better ICT procurement process: the impact on Australian Government agencies
Electronic records play a part in fixing a wagering company with liability for receipt of stolen funds
Volume 20 No 8 — January 2018
Access to metadata in civil proceedings — the impact of the federal government’s recent decision
SaaS agreements: the essential legal guide
Fair use and online copyright material — considering Australia’s response to the Productivity Commission Inquiry
Medical devices and the IoT: regulatory perspectives on cybersecurity risks in health care
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