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Effective Justice in a Digital Age

Politeia’s Justice Series with BPP University Law School
Effective Justice in a Digital Age
on
Friday 27th November, 5.30pm-6.30pm

With speakers including:

  • The Rt Hon. Dominic Grieve QC – Temple Garden Chambers, former Attorney General (2010-14) and Chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee (2015-19)
  • Anthony Speaight QC – 4 Pump Court
  • Dean Armstrong QC –  The 36 Group and Co-author of Cyber Security: Law and Practice

To respond: Adam Rose, Partner, Mishcon de Reya

Digital change affects every area of life. It opens many opportunities for good – and evil. Hardly a day passes without chilling stories of malicious and illegal activity; reports of personal security being breached; government systems being hacked with potentially dire consequences for whole populations; intellectual property rights being infringed; fraud. These pose big questions for the law.

On Friday 27th November (5.30pm-6.30pm), Politeia’s Justice series with BPP will focus on some of the questions for the law. A distinguished panel of lawyers will consider the problems, the remedies and the legal framework, touching on such themes as:

  • How well does the law protect us from digital transgressions? What remedies does it offer?
  • Does the legal framework accommodate digital change?
  • How should intellectual property be protected? How should fraud or breaches of national and personal security be overcome?
  • What are the right and wrong areas for digital privacy concerns?
  • What arrangements should govern data retention by security agencies, and data collection by health authorities?
  • What principles should guide the framing of laws?
  • What changes are needed for remedying transgressions?

 

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