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 Richard Hanstock, a barrister and graduate student interested in crime and IT law: see my LinkedIn profile for more. My hope is to stimulate debate amongst an audience of interested laypersons, lawyers, technical experts, criminologists, sociologists and academics from other disciplines.

Please follow @ecrimeblog on Twitter, Like the Facebook page, subscribe to the RSS feed or sign up for email updates. See my bibliography for a list of inspiring blogs and recommended reading on connected topics.

I am always interested in hearing from others interested in the topics I discuss here. Do leave a comment or get in touch directly.

Richard Hanstock

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

on Google+

Academic Blog DirectoryBlogio.net blog directoryBlog DirectoryInternet Blogs

No comments:

Post a Comment