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Whose Data Is It Anyway?

Sadness at the Beach

A recent paper 'Being Bipolar: A Qualitative Analysis of the Experience of Bipolar Disorder as Described in Internet Blogs' demonstrates the gulf which still seems to exist between some some academic researchers and privacy professionals when it comes to the ethics of using online material for research without the consent of the authors of such material.

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Not So Much Missing The Point As Landing On A Completely Different Continent

Leeds Art Gallery: She-wolf with Romulus and Remus Mosaic

With GDPR fast approaching, the US social media giants are struggling to catch up. Some are struggling more than others.

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Munro v. Hopkins - a Tale of Two Tweets

Jack Monroe by Fox Fisher

Food blogger Jack Monroe has won their libel action against Katie Hopkins in respect of two tweets libelling Monroe posted to Twitter on 18 May 2015. The columnist and controversialist has been ordered to pay £24,000 in libel damages plus £107,000 costs on account and further costs to be alleged On top of those sums, Hopkins will, of course, also have to pay her own lawyers. It is unlikely she will emerge with much change from half a million pounds.

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