Day: June 26, 2007

Law-abidingness – what’s your score?

According to a report published by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies at King’s College, London: The ‘law-abiding majority’, which politicians like to address, is a chimera. The law-abiding majority not only do not abide by the law, they also do not believe in the value of laws and rules, shrugging them off in […]

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Facing the future

Last Friday/Saturday I attended the SCL Web 2.0 conference in Oxford where speakers and panellists included technology lawyers from large practices, lawyers from Web 2.0 companies, a venture capitalist, an academic and our deputy from the ICO. The majority of the delegates were from large law firms – there to learn what this Web 2.0 […]

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