Fighting the meme ban to protect internet freedom

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As the law plays catch-up with the digital revolution, experts have raised concerns over impending copyright rules and their potential impact on sharing information online

How Brexit will impact the fight against corrupt wealth

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Experts fear losing access to EU registers on crime and criminal intelligence could undermine the work of anti-money laundering initiatives in a post-Brexit UK

Why the patents system needs a revamp

Lack of a universal patent system to protect intellectual property leaves innovating companies open to potentially ruinous infringements

EU ruling on gene-edited foods is holding us back

Gene-edited food has the potential to feed the world’s hungry, but may be blocked in the European Union

Including general counsel could prevent scandal

Danske Bank of Denmark announced last month that more than €200 billion in laundered, illegal money had passed through its Estonia branch’s coffers

The world’s most exciting legal tech hubs

While America is widely regarded as the home of pioneering legal technology, innovative law firms, practitioners and startups are proliferating around the world

Flying high in Europe despite Brexit vote

Europe’s aero industries have been working collaboratively to tackle the environmental impact of aviation with much success, but will the UK’s decision to fly solo cloud the skyscape?

State of emergency

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So-called ‘lone wolf’ terror attacks across Europe have prompted calls for more surveillance and security, but radicalisation is hard to predict, and even harder to prevent