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Computers & Law
The web presence for the Society for Computers & Law.
The Society for Computers & Law was born of a committee established by the Law Society in 1970 to support the use of technology in law, and has since grown into the foremost organisation covering IT law in the UK.
The site supports every aspect of the society's activities, from managing sign-up and membership renewals, reproducing their bi-monthly print magazine online, managing event booking, hosting webinars, providing online CPD training, and enabling members to blog, comment, and interact.
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Commission Proposal for an ePrivacy Regulation
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Book Review: Robots in Law
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Filling the Evidence Gap: A Case for the Internet of Things?
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E-commerce: Prohibitions on Resale and Jurisdiction
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