• Analysis
  • Independent Constitutional Bodies: Comparison between the Tunisian Constitution and the Libyan Draft Constitution

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    By Fadoua Ouni Early February 2016, the Libyan Constitution Drafting Assembly (CDA) has announced the latest draft Constitution. This new draft elaborated by the CDA’s ‘Working Committee’ is composed of twelve chapters with a preamble, having also settled the capital city controversy and decided on three major capital cities: Tripoli (Political), Benghazi (Economic) and Sebha (Touristic […]

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  • Cloud Computing & the Law – A (very) brief introduction

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    Cloud Computing has emerged in the last few years as a trend, a paradigm shift in the way computer capabilities and services are offered. Users, be it individuals, corporations or governments are embracing the Cloud, sometimes unwittingly. The rise of this model poses several new challenges of legal nature, as new and complex as the technology itself. This is a brief and non-exhaustive take on some of the most imminent legal challenges arising from this development.