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Sep 2017

Survive Law and The Legal Forecast have teamed up to provide law students with bite-sized, easy-to-understand explainers on the latest law-tech and legal innovation hot topics.

If you were to die today, what would you want to happen to your social media accounts, email, videos and photos stored on the cloud? Would you want your family to receive access to every message you have sent over the internet or would your entire internet presence erased?

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Aug 2017

Survive Law and The Legal Forecast have teamed up to provide law students with bite-sized, easy-to-understand explainers on the latest law-tech and legal innovation hot topics. 

Angus Murray and Daniel Owen from The Legal Forecast explain how the use of a little thing called “data analytics” can allow lawyers to embody Judge Hercules by enabling a decision-making process that combines the best of both technological and human capabilities.

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Jun 2017

Survive Law and The Legal Forecast have teamed up to provide law students with bite-sized, easy-to-understand explainers on the latest law-tech and legal innovation hot topics.

Were you one of those lawyers or students who felt an obligation to ‘catch ‘em all’ in 2016 through the mobile phone app Pokémon Go?  You are not alone as the game attracted millions of players around the world.  The app uses augmented reality (AR) adding a layer of Pokémon on to the real picture generated by the phone’s camera in addition to using its GPS tracking system.  The game generated several complaints of trespass and nuisance[1] in reality as people became absorbed in the virtual world #rude.  It is easy enough to understand users of virtual reality (VR) or AR should be responsible for their direct actions in the real world but this article examines some of the legal opportunities and complications offered by VR and AR technology.

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