Archive for June, 2012
Barrister and privacy whizz John Edwards has found a way to get a quick injunction when privacy protection is urgently needed. It helps that the case looks like a slam dunk. The circumstances have a familiar ring: an ACC claimant mistakenly given private details about some other claimant’s claim, including her rehabilitation, threatens by email to release them, then when […]
I’m flattered to see that one of Judge David Harvey’s first blog posts is a thoughtful commentary on my proposal to deal with online bullying (which is actually a variation on the Law Commission’s proposal). I think this is an important debate, not least because the government has indicated that it wants to take action […]
New Zealand’s most tech-savvy judge, David Harvey, author of Internet.law.nz, joins the blogosphere.
I’m eagerly anticipating the flamewar with Whale Oil.