With the publication today of the first issue of the 10th volume of SCRIPTed – A Journal of Law, Technology & Society, we mark 10 9 years of this open access experiment. Every four months I clear 3 entire days in my schedule to format and upload the excellent content that the hard-working editors send [...]
This has been a very slow start of the year in blogging, but a busy start personally. January brought change to my life, as it did two years ago, and I have spent some time on holiday and also sorting out several new projects. One of this is to move the blog to a [...]
Announcement of event taking place next week in Brussels.
The latest issue of SCRIPTed, A Journal of Law, Technology & Society, is now online. Plenty of good things on this issue, including an excellent article on the Chilean Free Trade Agreement, several on Internet regulation, and an interesting take on patent claims.
(2012) 9:2 SCRIPTed
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Call for Papers: 7th Gikii Workshop, 17-18 September 2012
UEA London 102 Middlesex Street London E1 7EZ UK
It’s harder than it used to be to write a Call for Papers for GikII, the so-cool-it-hurts blue skies workshop for papers exploring the interstices between law, technology and popular culture. Back in the day, you [...]
This is the first issue of the 9th volume of SCRIPTed, A Journal of Law and Technology. I can’t believe that I’ve been doing it for 9 years! Thanks to the editing team for another good issue.
Issue DOI: 10.2966/scrip.090112
Circuit Board Michelle Andresson From the author: “The circuit board was photographed [...]
SCRIPT Conference on IT and IP Law
The Arts and Humanities Research Council Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law at the University of Edinburgh (‘SCRIPT’) will be ten years old in 2012. To celebrate this event, SCRIPT is hosting a conference in Edinburgh on the theme of [...]
The new issue of SCRIPTEd is now online.
(2011) 8:3 SCRIPTed 226-339
Issue DOI: 10.2966/scrip.080311
Law Meets Biology: Are Our Databases Eligible For Legal Protection? | HTML | PDF | Michele Oliva and Marcelo Corrales, pp.226-228 The authors look at the interaction the European Database [...]
To encourage more interaction I’ve now added a WordPress plugin called Social Connect. This allows you to login using your Twitter, Facebook, Google, Yahoo or WordPress.com accounts.
Lolcat Builder at work
Gikii will start next Monday. Alas, I will not be joining this year, but the programme looks amazing. If you are not attending, have an Android phone, and would like to get the full lolcat experience that is Gikii, why not download our very own Gikii Lolcat Builder? (based on [...]