Category Archives: Trial – Training of judges

Lawyers Doing Real Time Jury Googling | Techdirt

Lawyers Doing Real Time Jury Googling | Techdirt. 9 July 2010 An interesting post that describes the use of technology probably for the better.  Instead of extensive searches outside the courtroom about potential jurors, lawyers work in situ with computers … Continue reading

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Google search in court

In the story below, I am troubled by two things: – the assumption that a diversity of items being available proves that each of them are rarer to come by (here a yellow hat). How a Google search can help … Continue reading

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Concerns of privacy

An interesting story that shows the gap between the world before and with internet. Although he has a point, that what is on the internet is not necessarily private, Justice Scalia did not understand the scale of communication and availability … Continue reading

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Response to cybercrime: specialised investigation forces?

Recurrent debate of the UK, since the Government went against the trend to establish specialised forces for investigation of cybercrime. Whether the original decision was money-driven or not, what appears clearly now is that even businesses see they cannot afford … Continue reading

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