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Tuesday, 12 October 2004

LATEST EBL

The IPKat has received the October 2004 issue of LexisNexis' handsome monthly newsletter Electronic Business Law (no link -- the IPKat got bogged down in LexisNexis' miserably unhelpful website and gave up looking after a couple of unproductive minutes). Decent features in this issue include:

* Notes on recent cases including Potter v Price and J & B Sewing Machinery Company (email use and the Protection from Harassment Act 1997);

* "Biometrics and Border Control" by Phillips Rees and Marcus Hughes (Hammonds), on the use of biometric technology as a means of curbing unlawful immigration;

* "The Complexities of Distance Selling" by Julia Hörnle (QM).

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