Because of the inability of international bodies to resolve differences, attorney Stephen Treglia finds that the threat of computer network cybercrime will remain a problem into the future
...privacy, with some calling for Parliament to introduce its own privacy...1998, which incorporated the European Convention on Human Rights, specifically...
"Big Data," a name for new data-analysis technologies as well as a movement to develop real-world uses for these capabilities, holds big promise. With regard to the practice of law, the impact of the
The past decade has ushered in new challenges in litigation case management, including the explosion in e-discovery and the increasing importance of cross-border cooperation. Fried Frank partners Wil
Attorneys Richard Raysman and Peter Brown discuss the theory of active inducement, in particular its application after the 2005 Supreme Court decision against file-sharing network Grokster, which imp
While the use of language is relatively straightforward for legal professionals, no computer can process and communicate it in the same way. But with the Semantic Web and XML, says Dr. Adam Zachary W
Given the explosive growth of cloud computing, it should be no surprise that it presents numerous legal issues, says Rivkin Radler partner Shari Claire Lewis. Business duties to protect confidential
...EU Directive 95/46/EC, adopted by the European Parliament in October 1995. The directive and the national laws implementing it...
...The European Parliament voted overwhelmingly July 6 to reject the "Directive on the patentability...
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