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Privacy and Security Law Report: Bloomberg Law Insights

This is the second in a series of four posts about the Privacy and Security Law Report.

The Privacy and Security Law Report gives the user access to Bloomberg Law Insights, a valuable resource that provides analyses of issues in today’s hottest privacy- and security-related topics. 259 more words



Graham Isaac, Visiting Professor at the Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering, University of Leeds, reviews biomedical resources from the IMechE Library. Members can follow the links to find out about accessing titles. 556 more words


“Data matters — but people are still the best sources of stories”  —  insights from investigative journalist Peter Geoghegan

In a guest post Jane Haynes speaks to investigative journalist Peter Geoghegan of the award-winning news site The Ferret about data, contacts and “nosing up the trousers of power”. 1,183 more words

Online Journalism

Scheduled IT Maintenance 25th - 26th November 2017 between 8.00am and 8.00pm

A scheduled IT Services Maintenance will occur this weekend.

  • Start time: 8.00am Saturday 25 November 2017
  • End time: 8.00pm Sunday 26 November 2017

The following Library systems may experience intermittent outages: 29 more words

Library News

Velocity Sports: Moving from on-premise to the cloud.

Welcome to Part 1 of this data scenario demonstration for a fictional sports retail company called Velocity Sports that takes them from having a on-premise database to having data in the cloud and gaining intelligent insights that help drive business decisions. 769 more words

Machine Learning

Data storytelling done right: 8 easy tips to avoid bad visualisation

In a guest post for OJB, Steve Carufel interviews Dutch data journalist Thomas de Beus about visualisation, storytelling — and useful new tools for data journalists. 1,198 more words

Online Journalism