In December, we look at what 2014 is likely to bring. Among other things, regulation of the press is likely to dominate the headlines during 2014. We are likely to see the new copyright exceptions coming into force, as well as the new Defamation Act. Next year will also witness the new gTLD revolution gathering pace. We look at technological developments for 2014 and some of the legal issues that accompany these.
Lorna Caddy and Adam Rendle explore what media law and copyright developments will be most significant next year.
Randeep Grewal looks at the new generic top level domain (gTLDs) revolution, with the registrars of 24 new gTLDs getting ready to launch.
Louise Taylor looks at the move towards wearable technology and some of the legal issues that accompany this new technology.
Graham Hann looks at what new technological developments and products might be launched next year.
Mark Owen explores the growth and regulatory impact for 2014. More