Are you a specialist law or accountancy firm, or insolvency practitioners looking to value and dispose of corporate assets? Want to maximise your return on investment via one of the world’s leading commercial online auction platforms? E RADAR is working with Watts & Associates, one of the UK’s top commercial auctioneers, valuation and disposal specialists. […]
Are you protecting your valuable business assets, such as intellectual property, confidential information and workforce against the risks from social media surfing? How do you know that a disgruntled employee isn’t giving away your commercial ideas on social media? Social media is now a main stream business tool for raising corporate profiles, exchanging ideas, sourcing […]
IT professionals often worry that they don’t know what they need to know about cyber laws and regulations. And with compliance and risk no longer just the preserve of specialist lawyers but of everyone with the organisation, E RADAR’s UK Cyber Law Tracker provides an easy-to-use solution to help decision makers find information on the […]
Brazil is close to passing the world’s first Internet Bill of Rights. The Marco Civil da Internet aims to guarantee basic protections for internet users, and is considered a major step forward for online law. In development since 2009, the civil regulatory framework was created through public consultation and has undergone many changes, eventually reaching the Brazilian Chamber this year. The Bill has […]
A landmark patent law decision has ordered Samsung Electronics to pay Apple Inc. $1.05 billion for copying Apple’s cutting edge technology. Emerald Publishing’s Ian Jones looks at the impact this ruling may have on innovation and competition both for consumers and the mobile technology industry. I first declare my interest in the Apple v Samsung […]
In my experience of working as the ICO’s industry strategic liaison manager, the vast majority of businesses want to operate within the law, and it is for the ICO to make sure they’re aware what that means in practice.
That requires that they know what their "job" is. That requires clear and prioritised departmental objectives. But ministers like to make promises and Civil Servants are promoted for serving Ministerial wishers. Hence the ragbag of unprioritised initiatives that passes for policy within most Departments.
On this blast from the past (The Boomtown Rats), we heard about the silicon chip inside her head. Perhaps we all want one, but one to help us ameliorate the overloading of information rather than have it exacerbated. One of my formative childhood memories (1978) was an Horizon documentary about the laser, describing the beams […]
ReAl-time Mobile monitoring of Patient symptoms, Access to Records, Treatment, and Storage Taught Masters students from the University of Manchester School of Computer Science and Manchester Business School were each tasked with an assignment to learn and practise the elements required to govern the creation and operation – through its life cycle – of an […]
Cyber security breaches are costing UK businesses billions of pounds, according to an influential report published today. It shows that 93 per cent of large organisations and 76 per cent of small businesses suffered an incident in the last twelve months. What’s worrying is that 67 per cent of respondents expect more breaches this year […]