‘Smart Law’ for Intelligence! – Adam D.M. Svendsen

The purpose of this brief article is to argue that intelligence continues to need to experience a better configuration of the law, including that status being sustained over time. Conceptualised similarly to that of ‘Smart Power’, appropriately balancing ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ forms and approaches, the configuration of law sought is referenced in this article as finding constantly adaptable […]

Codifying the Harm of Cybercrime: Injecting zemiology in the US’ Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) and UK’s Computer Misuse Act (CMA)

This work is a brief reflection on the ‘ambiguous nature of harms in Cyberspace’. It seeks to evaluate how harm is coded in cyber-regulations paying particular attention to the political momentum around the UK’s Computer Misuse Act (CMA) and the US’s Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). Its intention is to inject an element of […]

Big Data and Social Control

Big Data and Social Control Alessandro Mantelero and Giuseppe Vaciago analyse in this paper the revolution in social analysis due to Big Data and their predictive capacities. To have access to this technology and to exploit its power it is necessary to have the availability of large data sets and to invest heavily in equipment […]