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Rumours continue to suggest Apple may be working on a Kindle Killer. One of the most popular software downloads from the App Store has been the Stanza ebook reader demonstrating to Apple a demand for ebooks (even on the iPhone's 3.5" display). I'm sure Apple have not missed the importance of this....
With thanks to @loveandgarbage who brought this to my attention. The excellent Jonathan Mitchell blog has an extremely alarming post. Jonathan's post yesterday - link here - details four recent cases in which counsel have attempted prosecution on either out-of-date laws or "secret" laws or in which...
My Article on Extreme Pornography in the Modern Law Review is getting a fair bit of attention. The article (which may be read for free online http://ping.fm/cTMdE) argues that the newly activated s.63 of the Crime and immigration Act 2008 was badly drafted following inadequate consultation and may...
The Times yesterday reports that "Jack Straw is to examine the 'chilling' menace of Internet libel which makes newspapers liable to legal action every time an article is downloaded from their websites." This story,written by Legal Editor, Frances Gibb, is a knee-jerk reaction to the decision by the...
I've noticed a new phenomenon "Frybombing". This is the term I've given to those occasions when a twitter from Stephen Fry causes a site to crash under the weight of his 178,000 (and rising all the time) followers all rushing to see the latest site, video or pic the glorious Mr. Fry has lauded in...
Yesterday morning on the A.M. show with Andrew Marr, Harriet Harman, Leader of the House of Commons, stated that although Sir Fred Goodwin's £650k pension "might be enforceable in a court of law" it was "not enforceable in the court of public opinion and that's where the Government steps in".This...
lI have had an comment piece published by the Guardian On-Line. I realise this doesn't make me David Aaronovich but I can truthfully tell people that I'm a Guardian columnist - well of sorts. Anyway have a look at the column and leave your comments...
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