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A French law that criminalises the use of data analytics to assess and predict patterns in judges’ court decisions has sent ripples through the global legal community. But the CEO of a leading French data analytics company believes the relevant section of the law, known as Article 33, is not long for this world.

Simon Taylor

Simon Taylor is Brussels correspondent for Law.com International. He covers EU regulatory affairs and news about law firms in Brussels and other major cities in continental Europe. He can be reached at simontaylor71@gmail.com and is on Twitter @simontaylor71

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