Cybersecurity Resilience during COVID-19

Organisations and individuals are increasingly harnessing the opportunities presented by technology in the current COVID-19 climate. The pandemic has placed a growing reliance on data, cloud systems and online communications as organisations combat the challenge of stepping out of the office and into remote working settings. However, remote working presents its own set of

2020-10-21T17:31:50+11:00October 21st, 2020|

Australia Digital Platforms Inquiry

Calls for sweeping changes to the regulatory landscape governing digital platforms were made with the release of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) Digital Platform’s Inquiry (Inquiry) Report earlier this year. The Inquiry focused on the impact of ‘platform services’ or ‘digital platforms’, including digital search engines, social media platforms, and other digital

2020-09-28T16:34:30+10:00May 4th, 2020|

Ideas, Changing Technology and Implications for the Law

In an age of rapidly advancing technological trends and digital capability, there’s an interesting phenomenon that’s worth taking note of, as well as its structural implications in the law. Ben Hammersley, in his recent influential book about the internet,[1] observes that worthwhile ideas bide their time until the technology develops to the point of bringing

2017-02-20T15:40:03+11:00July 31st, 2013|

Crowdfunding: Opportunity, Risk and Regulation

There’s no doubt that the speed of doing business continues to accelerate.  Increasing numbers of entrepreneurs, social, artistic and not for profit groups are turning to crowdfunding as a new avenue that bypasses traditional, time consuming and often arduous capital raising efforts. Any challenge or obstacle emerging from the crowdfunding phenomenon certainly doesn’t relate to

2020-10-13T16:07:39+11:00April 22nd, 2013|
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