From Industry 4.0 to Energy 4.0: Future Business Models and Legal Relations

Digitisation is affecting more and more industries. While energy has been key to all industrial revolution so far, not all parts of the energy...

Artificial Intelligence and IP – Part 2: IP in AI Generated Content

Part One of this series looked at the IP issues involved in developing AI systems. Part Two looks at an area where AI has...
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Consent and Cookies under the GDPR

The current cookie rules introduced in 2011 have been widely criticised, poorly implemented by publishers and there has been minimal enforcement action. Many agree...

When AI goes wrong – part 1: trading algorithms

Artificial Intelligence applications are appearing everywhere with promises to transform our lives in many ways. But what happens when things go wrong? In this...

Can I use an electronic signature?

Since the EU eIDAS Regulation came into force in July last year there has been a noticeable resurgence of interest in the legality of...

Artificial Intelligence and IP – Part 1: Developing AI systems

What are the IP challenges for those building AI systems? Much will be familiar; today's AI systems are based on software and all the...

Do We Need Robot Law?

Roger Bickerstaff recently spoke at a joint British Academy/Royal Society event looking at this topic from the perspective of law, computer science and psychology...

Net Neutrality: The 10 key points to know about the BEREC draft Guidelines

On 6 June 2016, BEREC (the “Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications”) issued a first proposal of ‘Guidelines on Net Neutrality’ (PDF),  following...

Enforcement of open source licenses?

What happens when codes are released under an open source license? Has the developer in effect written off his right to the code? Can...

Collection of IP adresses for the purpose of legal proceedings

As has been widely discussed in the Danish tech media, in 2016 several law firms, including OPUS og Njord, have sent out letters to...