Tag Archives: international

a collusion of laws,regulations & standards on e-mails

I wondered if the term, collusion to mean ‘interplay’ (or more precisely in the old etymological sense of playing fairly together?) could be used in the context of looking at the various laws, regulations and standards surrounding e-mails. According to Prof. Tony Hoare at a BCS evening talk, the collusion of the Science of Programming [...]

Discovery of ESI (DESI) – Research Initiatives

Back in summer 2007 the International Association for Artificial Intelligence and Law, ICAIL (in CA, USA) hosted a workshop on Supporting Search and Sensemaking for Electronically Stored Information in Discovery Proceedings (DESI Workshop). The second DESI Workshop will be hosted by UCL, London this June. According to the UCL website, the second DESI Workshop coordinates [...]

1st International Conference on Digital Evidence – June, London

In ploughing through my backlog of e-mails, I came across what I think may be an event worth attending. The website stated ‘The aim of the Conference is to alert judges, lawyers…’. No mention of private judges/arbitrators. Get a book if register by 1st May!