It is well-established that there is no copyright in a name. But the need to ensure that computer software has copyright protection has forced changes on copyright law: has the old rule about names been changed as a result? Does it matter if it has?
If a crook deceives your bank into paying him money under the mistaken impression that it is dealing with you, who stands the loss?
Was it wise for the Home Office to give comfort to Phorm over its plans to profile Internet users for targeted advertising by analysing the content of their web browsing?
It's easy to know what you're signing with a pen. Is it the same with electronic signatures on electronic documents?
Sometimes one just has to tell the world what one thinks.
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