|Here are a few things that you may have missed in digital, media & technology this week.|
The UK Parliamentary Report about Technology and Justice in this week’s edition raises a bigger question for: is it time to consider a new branch of law that deals with AI holistically? I think so, because this may be one where even though existing laws can cover AI, it’s so transformative that it may be time for a new branch of law. This could be as transformative as the emergence of equity.
These were prepared listening to Spring baby spring by Thomas Stenström and In These Silent Days by Brandi Carlile.
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|UK Parliament Report about Technology and the Justice System|
The UK Parliament’s report about the advent of new technologies in the justice system explores the use of AI in activities as applied to administering – and dispensing – justicecommittees.parliament.uk
|musicOS – The Liminal Space|
Dan Fowler and colleagues have launched musicOS, a way to enter, interact with and make sense of Music 3 – blockchain powered music industrydanfowler.substack.com
|How has publishers’ share of the music pie grown since 2001?|
There’s a new contribution to the debate from former Spotify director of economics Will Page, who has been crunching historical datamusically.com
|Sheeran & Ors v Chokri & Ors  EWHC 827 (Ch)|
Ed Sheeran wins English court case against copyright infringement. He wasn’t sued, he sued, to knock music infringement claims on the head. This isn’t the end of music copyright infringement claims, but changes the game on how they’re foughtwww.bailii.org
|Infographic: From Privacy Shield to the Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework|
The EU and U.S. announced an agreement in principle on a new Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework framework. Here’s an infographic showing how it all needs to play outiapp.org