Balancing human and machine perspectives: what is the ‘public interest’ in the AI era?

By Tom Orrell & Melissa Stock Privacy law has never been a straightforward affair in England. Its development has been piecemeal over the past two centuries.[1] In fact the laws that govern information today are spread across multiple frameworks, including: libel (protecting reputation), data protection (rights over the processing of personal data), breach of confidence […]

Cybersecurity: Regulating the Risk

A new cyber-security Directive shows the drive towards bolstering technological security in Europe. The Directive on Security of Network and Information Systems (‘the NIS Directive’) will require companies that supply critical services to ensure they are able to resist cyber-attacks and to report any major incidents. The NIS Directive requires companies in the sectors of […]