Use of social media is prolific. Poor or malicious use of social media is also all too common.
The General Data Protection Regulation is the big topic at the moment. In episode 1 of Technology & the Law we looked at GDPR in relation to data location. In episode 3 we looked more broadly at GDPR issues. There is no magic wand which a consultant can wave to make you GDPR compliant: you … Continue reading GDPR: Episode 3
In episode 2 of Technology & the Law we discussed cloud contract risks, how to overcome some of the key concerns including "as is" service, vendor lock-in, no liability coverage. On the panel there was: – Me (Frank Jennings, Wallace LLP) – Paul Bevan, Bloor Research – Rocio de la Cruz, Gowling – Jimmy Desai, Keystone … Continue reading Cloud contract risks: Episode 2
Did you catch episode 1 of Technology & the Law? We covered GDPR and data location and on the panel there was: - Me (Frank Jennings, Wallace LLP) - Sue MacLure, PSONA - Chris Bridgland, Veritas - Rick Powles, Druva - John Easton, IBM If you didn't see it live, watch the recording here. And don’t … Continue reading GDPR & data location: Episode 1
My new talk show goes live Friday 19 May at 2.30pm. It will run for 6 weeks and will cover a number of topical legal issues. I'll be speaking to four experts on each show and the first is about GDPR and data location, the second (Friday May 26) is about cloud contracting risks. It's … Continue reading Technology & the Law: lights, camera, action!
It is slowly becoming clearer what Brexit will mean: the UK won't pay into the EU and will curb the free flow of people. So how will this affect the tech sector? The House of Lords select committee on the European Union recently published its analysis (PDF). There are a few things you should be aware … Continue reading Will The Tech Sector Take A Brexit Beating?
Companies are finding interesting uses for blockchain. Wave is seeking to simplify maritime trade established over hundreds of years. In place of bills of lading other transitional documents, they propose a secure online blockchain mechanism to buy and sell goods. This might even reduce maritime litigation but only if it addresses key issues like late … Continue reading Who decides what terms apply to Blockchain?