No longer do you have to travel to another country to be at risk of breaking that country’s laws. These days we can sit at home or at work and travel from country to country through cyberspace only to find out later we may have committed a crime or civil wrong in any number of lands.
Stories by Averill Parkinson and Emily Fuller
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In a recent edition of TechLaw we told the Labour government: “Don’t wimp out over cyber laws.” In this article we show you why by taking you closer to home.