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Attorney general warns that 'hostile actors' cannot strike at UK computer systems without consequence.
NAO report rings familiar alarm bells about why IT-based reform programmes go awry.
Chancellor of the High Court warns that high-value litigation will move online.
Courts in England and Wales heard 49 cases last year, with celebrities making more use of privacy actions.
Government dangles money for artificial intelligence in 'next generation services'.
Home Office ordered to amend part of 'snoopers charter' - but says it was doing so anyway.
Bar Council advises self employed barristers they are not mere sub-contractors - and therefore not data processors under new GDPR regime.
Supreme Court justice proposes US-style codification to make devolved legislation accessible.
Wales would become the first part of the UK to have a codified corpus of law under proposals to be discussed by the Welsh government this week.
Measure would organise law into comprehensive codes according to subject area, and 'facilitate use of the law in Welsh'.