A new edition of the Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, released last week as a guidebook for judges and lawyers, conspicuously lacks a chapter on computer science. The book editors said the omission happened because the submitted chapter was too complicated and they lacked time to solicit a replacement. They also acknowledged that 11 years since the previous edition is too slow a publishing pace -- legal disputes often involve leading-edge technology, even though legal professionals are typically slow to adopt it ... [MORE]
The Case of the Missing Computer Education
Law Technology News
October 4, 2011
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