Communications Law – Journal of Computer, Media and Telecommunications LawAuthoritative comment and analysis delivered to your desk 4 times a yearCommunications Law is a well-respected, peer reviewed, quarterly journal covering the broad spectrum of legal issues arising in the telecoms, IT and media industries Each issue brings you 32 pages of opinion and discussion from the field of communications law.Benefit from:• Editorial comment
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Contents for the most recent issue
Communications Law 25.1 contents:
4 – In Brief
8 – Articles
8 – Interim Privacy Injunctions: A Change in the Rules to Improve the Recording of Data
Paul Magrath and Judith Townend
10 – Celebrity Privacy and Celebrity Journalism: Has Anything Changed Since the Leveson Inquiry?
23 – Algorithmic Propaganda: How Facebook Meddles with Democracy
Jennifer M Grygiel
31 – Post-Brexit Limitations to Government Surveillance: Does the UK get a Free Hand?
37 – Lawyers Don’t Review All the Schedules in Technology Contracts – Fact or Fiction?
42 – International Interest: Software Assessment for Security-Relevant Errors: A Primary Analysis with Respect to Copyright, Trade Secret and Patent Law
Thomas Hoeren and Stefan Pinelli
50 Book Review
53 Recent Developments