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November 30

Joanna Bell: Privacy International Symposium – Framing Questions about Ouster Clauses

Privacy International has brought judicial review proceedings against the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, in respect of the Tribunal’s treatment of a complaint about computer hacking by GCHQ. At first instance ([2017] EWHC 114 (Admin)) and on appeal ([2017] EWCA Civ 1868), it has been held that judicial review of the Tribunal is precluded by the ouster […]

November 27

Paul Daly: Privacy International Symposium – Three Aspects of Anisminic

Privacy International has brought judicial review proceedings against the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, in respect of the Tribunal’s treatment of a complaint about computer hacking by GCHQ. At first instance ([2017] EWHC 114 (Admin)) and on appeal ([2017] EWCA Civ 1868), it has been held that judicial review of the Tribunal is precluded by the ouster […]

November 23

Robert Craig: Privacy International Symposium – Privacy International and the Separation of Powers

Privacy International has brought judicial review proceedings against the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, in respect of the Tribunal’s treatment of a complaint about computer hacking by GCHQ. At first instance ([2017] EWHC 114 (Admin)) and on appeal ([2017] EWCA Civ 1868), it has been held that judicial review of the Tribunal is precluded by the ouster […]

November 21

Christopher Forsyth: Privacy International Symposium – Ouster Clauses and Sovereignty

Privacy International has brought judicial review proceedings against the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, in respect of the Tribunal’s treatment of a complaint about computer hacking by GCHQ. At first instance ([2017] EWHC 114 (Admin)) and on appeal ([2017] EWCA Civ 1868), it has been held that judicial review of the Tribunal is precluded by the ouster […]

November 20

Joe Tomlinson: Privacy International Symposium – Ouster Clauses, Material Exclusions on Judicial Review, and the Role of Policy Justifications

Privacy International has brought judicial review proceedings against the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, in respect of the Tribunal’s treatment of a complaint about computer hacking by GCHQ. At first instance ([2017] EWHC 114 (Admin)) and on appeal ([2017] EWCA Civ 1868), it has been held that judicial review of the Tribunal is precluded by the ouster […]

November 16

Nóra Ni Loideán: Privacy International Symposium – Data Privacy: European and British Perspectives

Privacy International has brought judicial review proceedings against the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, in respect of the Tribunal’s treatment of a complaint about computer hacking by GCHQ. At first instance ([2017] EWHC 114 (Admin)) and on appeal ([2017] EWCA Civ 1868), it has been held that judicial review of the Tribunal is precluded by the ouster […]

December 12

Administrative Law Digest

This post contains a roundup of recent developments (in and out of courts) and recent scholarship in the area of administrative law around the common law world. To submit content for our next update, please email us at alawblogorg@gmail.com. Judicial Developments in Administrative Law A US District Court has struck down as unconstitutional President Donald Trump’s […]

May 08

Sofia Ranchordás: Cities as Corporations? The Privatization of Cities and the Automation of Local Law

This blogpost was first published on the Oxford Business Law Blog. Cities throughout the world are becoming smarter thanks to AI, big data, Internet of Things (‘IoT’), and, more recently, blockchain.[1] Smart cities automate administrative decision-making with algorithms that decide, for instance, on building permits or social welfare applications.[2] Sensors spread throughout cities manage traffic […]

April 24

Administrative Law Digest

This post contains a roundup of recent developments (in and out of courts) and recent scholarship in the area of administrative law around the common law world. To submit content for our next update, please email us at alawblogorg@gmail.com. Judicial Developments in Administrative Law UK: The UK Supreme Court ruled that the Environmental Agency had to […]