IT

Drones1 are rapidly becoming a part of everyday life. Revolutionising new methods of data acquisition, their use in agriculture, mining, energy, telecommunications, research, environmental management, news gathering, criminal investigation and cinematography is now widespread. The latest advance in drone technology, that is so appealing, is their use in food aid. In remote and difficult areas […]

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Every year an untold number of organisations are affected by data breaches. These can be accidental or inadvertent (eg leaving an external hard drive of sensitive information on the train), but are more frequently malicious attempts by external parties to obtain sensitive information (eg hacking). From 22 February 2018, organisations affected by an “eligible data […]

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With emojis now an inseparable part of modern communication, it was inevitable that they would be used by a person in the course of contractual negotiations. As recently found by an Israeli court, the use of certain emojis could, in context, evidence intention to enter into contractual relations, as a consequence of which a prospective […]

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Many users download new software, and without a moment’s hesitation when that little box ‘Terms and Conditions’ pops up, click “accept”, rather than scrolling through those terms and conditions.  These types of licences where a user can indicate acceptance of the licence terms by clicking an “accept” button are called “clickwrap” licences.   Nowadays, they are […]

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