Category Archives: Handy

A post from another privacy site: How to Tell You Have Been Hacked

For those who want to read a bit about ‘hacking’ especially about signs that you have been hacked, do welcome to check out this ‘How to Tell You Have Been Hacked‘ by Bill Hess. Enjoy!

Talk on competition and collaboration

I was recently embroiled in a brief debate/discussion/exchange (don’t like the word ‘argument’) on ‘competition and collaboration’ with a couple of lawyers (who are also arbitrators). Although brief, we all agreed that we want to collaborate rather than compete. (The context of the discussion was on availability of work/cases.)  Also it’s much nicer to say [...]

UK News – Data, Privacy and Digital Investigations and Evidence

The Data Protection Act was given a new ‘shine’ in the name of new laws on data sharing. Check out at the Ministry of Justice website Information Commissioner to be given tougher powers’. Besides giving the Information Commissioner tougher powers, organisations will need to improve transparency and accountability when dealing with personal information. From the [...]

Electronic Evidence: Disclosure, Discovery & Admissibility

A Book on Electronic Evidence: Disclosure, Discovery & Admissibility General Editor: Stephen Mason with specialist contributors 1st Edition 2007, LexisNexis Butterworths A decent textbook of legal principles (mainly common law jurisdictions) and a fair selection of chapters/articles on digital evidence.

Glossary – CPR; that incorporates the 45th update

The Glossary in the justice.gov.uk site Eventually, this blog will have a Glossary page for ‘all’ terms defined in the rules, guidelines and also their usage in arbitration.

The Sedona Conference site for publications & Glossary

For The Sedona Principles Addressing Electronic Document Production & Glossary For E-Discovery and Digital Information Management