Saturday, 29 October 2011

Welcome to

If you're interested in technology, society and law, you're in the right place!

I'm fascinated by the ways in which technology shapes our interactions, and what changes this could bring to our collective sense of right and wrong. So, on this blog I'm going to post occasional reflections on topics relating to law and technology, with a special focus on e-crime and policing.

I'm an LSE graduate with an interest in IT law, and my hope is to stimulate debate amongst an audience of interested laypersons, lawyers, technical experts, criminologists, sociologists and academics from other disciplines. Whether technophobe or technophile, your contributions are welcome here!

The first post will be along in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, you can follow this blog and its author on Twitter: @ecrimeblog and @rhanstock respectively. If there's anything in particular you'd like to see featured on this blog, please let me know.

Stay tuned...


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