The Law Commission has written a report advising the Government to clampdown on online abuse – and in particular on social media.
The Official Secrets Act protects the United Kingdom against the leaking of sensitive information and spying – and has become ever more complex.
The use of social media by certain professionals has been highlighted recently – and whilst no criminal offenses were committed, conduct has been questioned.
In today’s society, tackling online abuse is increasingly cropping up in criminal law. Here’s a recent appeal which shows how complex these matters can be – on a technical level – and how it appears the courts are getting to grips in tightening potential loop-holes.
Article looking at the new Economic Crime Plan released by the Government to help tackle and prevent economic crime. Here we look at what crime is targeted and what the implications will be.
The Computer Misuse Act 1990 is the law which governs Computer Hacking. Here we look at what constitutes computer hacking – as well as the punishments that can be handed out under The Computer Misuse Act.