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A Rose by any other name?
Big Brother and the DMCA
Britain Defends Its Right to Red, White and Blue Tape
Death of the Cowley Road Passion Play, a Drama in Two Acts
Going Nuts or Legitimate Trade Mark Defence?
Hindle Wakes at the Duke’s, Lancaster
Is Google Now Searching Its Soul?
Job’s a bad ‘un
Kirtsaeng v John Wiley & Sons, Inc
Mainly About Cheese
mHealth, Big Data and the Law
Munro v. Hopkins - a Tale of Two Tweets
Not So Much Missing The Point As Landing On A Completely Different Continent
Parody, Caricature and Pastiche
Patents, Public Interest and Common-sense
Postscript: Twitter abuse and contract law
Send three-and-fourpence, we’re going to a dance
Susan Hall Obituary
The Englishman’s Unalienable Right To Photograph His Furniture
The Great Facebook Faggot Fiasco
The Nature of Invention
They Freak You Up, Your Mum and Dad
Twitter Abuse: Law and Myth
Was the author of the true ‘first English detective story’ stabbed in the back?
Weary, Stale, Flat, Unprofitable - and in breach of the Data Protection Act
Whose Data Is It Anyway?
Hindle Wakes at the Duke's, Lancaster
The Bolton Octogon revival of Stanley Houghton’s Hindle Wakes shows a cast in sparkling form …
31st Mar 2015
Was the author of the true 'first English detective story' stabbed in the back?
“It is something to be greater than Scott, Shakespeare, Homer in the South Seas, and to that you …
15th Feb 2014