Leiden Law Blog


Tag: Law Enforcement

  • No man is an island, entire of itself

    No man is an island, entire of itself

    My short stay this summer on Inisheer, the smallest of the Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland, inspired me to think about some law-related issues: about law enforcement, the theory of Thomas Hobbes and the gift economy.
  • Policing a digital world

    Policing a digital world

    Computers have been around for decades and since the 1970s so has digital crime. What began as tinkering and searching for vulnerabilities, evolved into organised crime and serious threats to our interconnected world: law enforcement was forced to change.