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Volume 19 No 10 — January 2017
Copyright isn’t dead
Not just clickwrap contracts to be reviewed — 12 November 2016 marked a dramatic change
Walking the tightrope: copyright protection on Instagram
Trade mark owners jump the queue against Internet Service Providers (ISPs) for website blocking in the UK
Disciplining employees’ out-of-hours behaviour: a blurred line
Volume 19 No 9 — December 2016
One person’s hateful propaganda could be another’s free speech — ISIS and the law of the internet
Twittering from the bench — can journalists use electronic devices in court?
10 reasons why an Australian data breach notification law won’t make any difference
The use of social media by Australian courts
Volume 19 No 8 — November 2016
GUMTREE — scammers, scams and the scammed
Online reviews and testimonials: the ACCC is watching
BYOD, CYOD, COPE and BYOI — what does it mean?
Is s 121 of the Family Law Act justified given the amount of information freely available on the internet?
The weakest link on the blockchain — smart contracts and The DAO attack
Volume 19 No 7 — September 2016
The first paperless conveyance in Australia
The impact of social media as evidence in personal injuries cases
21st century trolls
Online mediation in family law — the advantages and disadvantages of technology
Sharing online and social media
Volume 19 No 5-6 — July 2016
New laws for trials of driverless motor vehicles in Australia
The eSports juggernaut
Veda Advantage case clarifies Australian trade mark law on Google AdWords
Shaping Australia’s media laws to keep up with the rapidly changing landscape
The use of trade marks in keywords and meta tags
Google Books: (un)fair use and its implications for Oz
The internet of things: considerations for IoT technology licence agreements
Technology and compliance — uncomfortable bed-fellows!
Volume 19 No 4 — May 2016
A new era for computer implemented inventions?
Commissioner of Patents v RPL Central Pty Ltd — did the Full Court miss the point?
The art of posting: social media, copyright and artist attribution
Establishing identity with electronic documents
So your client’s been publicly shamed: part II
Volume 19 No 3 — April 2016
Summary of Veda 2015 “Cybercrime and Fraud Report”
General Data Protection Regulation agreed in the European Union
In the land of far, far away … your law firm in cyberspace
Cyber attacks: understanding and mitigating the risks on your business
Can you be on the hook for third party statements posted online?
Note to Subscribers
Volume 19 No 2 — March 2016
The URS — 2 years on
The “Netflix” tax
The law of signatures: the signs, they are a changin’
The blurred lines between blogging and business: a case analysis of Fletcher v Nextra Australia Pty Ltd
New report compiled by the Association of Corporate Counsel Foundation — The State of Cybersecurity Report: an in-house perspective
The revision of the Evidence Act 1929 (SA) to account for the treatment of electronic communications as evidence
The Hague Conference’s “Judgments Project” 2.0 — how will it work in relation to e-commerce?
Volume 19 No 1 — February 2016
Electronic Arts pinged by ACCC over “no refund” policy for faulty online video games
Bitcoins — a bit of this and a bit of that
“But I was so sure it was him”: how Facebook could be making eyewitness identifications unreliable
Blockchain and the law
So your client’s been publicly shamed: Part I
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