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News / Cryptocurrency Fraud and Asset Tracing Legal Service of Documents through NFT - A Hong Kong Perspective
14-06-2022 / TMT
In June 2022, LCX, a prominent centralised cryptocurrency exchange based in Liechtenstein, effected legal service upon anonymous hackers through the use of NFT.
News / Google and Facebook Content: What are your rights?
15-10-2019 / TMT
We would be lost without Google. It gives us access to all of the articles and websites we could ever want based on a few keywords. However – what if those keywords include your name? What if the articles that appear following that search happened so long ago that you want to put it behind you? We all have access to Google. Is it possible for the world to forget when we have such a vast encyclopedia at our fingertips?
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News / Supreme Court confirms raised threshold in test for “serious harm” in defamation actions
14-06-2019 / TMT
Lachaux v. Independent Print Ltd and another  UKSC 27
In a significant judgment handed down on 12 June 2019, the Supreme Court confirmed that the requirement to show “serious harm” pursuant to s.1(1) Defamation Act 2013 (“the Act”) significantly raises the threshold for individual claimants in defamation actions.
Blogs / WhatsApp Will
20-10-2017 / TMT
On the 9th October 2017 in the Supreme Court of Queensland Australia Justice Brown ruled that an unsent text message found in the deceaseds phone constituted a valid form of will
News / Night Manager style contracts in the blink of an eye
04-01-2016 / TMT
Amid the dazzling thrills of BBC TV's acclaimed recent series based on John Le Carr's novel, The Night Manager, viewers may have been bemused by the sequences (including the gripping finale) where a vast (and of course illegal) arms deal was completed (apparently) through the use of iris recognition technology on a portable device Is this a sign of things to come