Algorithmic policing is technology used to help police analyze crime data and predict where crime is likely to occur. The success and acceptance of algorithmic policing may ultimately depend on how it is utilized.
The police are increasingly using algorithms as part of their law enforcement strategies. In the age of information, the internet allows police to access and share continually growing amounts of data.
Once false online statements are out in cyberspace they can be read by countless people and can have a lasting and harmful effect on your reputation along with your law practice.
The question of internet anonymityLike any democratic society, freedom of expression is a staple of our country.
The Google Local 3-pack appears in 93 percent of searches for Google queries, and it's rumoured that just over 46 percent of Google searches carry a local intent.
From the courtroom to the video screen: court’s changing reality. While the law is ever-evolving, the way it was practised has remained generally static – until now.