It often seems that technology innovation outpaces the law. As new tech is created, policies lag behind. Grey areas remain and nefarious practices can storm in very quickly.
I’m thinking of cases like Napster, enabling music files to be shared from peer to peer, eventually brought down for copyright infringement.
I wondered how legal theorists think about this, so I asked Dr Taiwo Oriola, who lectures at Ulster University in areas such as intellectual property law, internet law and ethics. Oriola is based at the Magee campus.
“Technology does outpace regulation – and this is for a …read more
Source:: Silicon Republic News