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TechLaw10 hosts Jonathan Armstrong and Eric Sinrod discuss legal issues
related to information technology.
In this episode, Jonathan and Eric discuss recent research from knowthenet
which finds that on average only 44% of UK internet users were able to
correctly identify illegal activity on the internet when presented with a range
of possible scenarios including defamation, copyright infringement and hacking.
They also talk about an online
test which you can do to work out your vulnerability - check it out and share your results!
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