Selling English Law Abroad: The UK jurisdiction fights for emerging sectors
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Selling English Law Abroad: The UK jurisdiction fights for emerging sectors

As globalisation and digitisation allow businesses more choice over governing jurisdiction, a report has identified an opportunity to establish English law as the go-to in emerging sectors and industries (think fintech and crypto assets).

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LittleLaw Looks At… The Legal Framework for Deepfakes

Coinciding with the democratisation of technology (the rapid increase in accessibility of technology), the emergence of “deepfakes” has experienced a meteoric rise. The term “deepfake” is an apt amalgamation of “deep-learning” and “fakes”, two concepts which exist independently of one another, but when combined have a greater, more ominous meaning. Deepfake is the term used whereby somebody’s face (and typically words) are superimposed onto another’s body in a video, changing the content of their expressions and speech for any agenda imaginable, often with nefarious intent. Indeed, with remarkable ease, we are now enabled to change people’s words and actions.

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Tesla in trouble (again): Autopilot hopes far from reality as investigation launches

Investigations have commenced into both Tesla’s driver-assistance system ‘Autopilot’ and the marketing practices of Elon Musk (Tesla’s founder) for his over-emphasising of Autopilot’s capabilities. This follows several road traffic accidents and calls by US Senators, government departments and independent bodies to examine the company and its technology.

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