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South Africa: A mistrial for Oscar Pistorius? We think not – Dario Milo and Stuart Scott

pistorius_2486158bOn Sunday night, Australia’s Channel 7 broadcast a video showing Oscar Pistorius apparently re-enacting various moments from the night he killed Reeva Steenkamp.  The footage was reportedly filmed in October 2013 by a US company, The Evidence Room, and reports say that it was commissioned by the defence team to assist with trial preparation in order to reconstruct Oscar Pistorius’ version of events. Continue reading

Is there room for a ‘right to be forgotten’ in South Africa? – Dario Milo and Avani Singh

data-protection-and-cyberThe recent European Court of Justice ruling (available here) that effectively granted a Spanish national ‘a right to be forgotten’ has caused much stir as we wait to see precisely what implications this decision will have.  As expected, Google has reportedly received a flood of requests from people seeking to have their information removed from the Google search engine, including politicians, public figures and persons with criminal records. Continue reading

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