Criminals, terrorists and judges: what can we learn from Alan Paller?

Alan Paller QC is the author of onsides, numerous articles, books and a contributing writer to a number of papers including a reference collection on the subject of cybersecurity Alan Paller is described as…

Criminals, terrorists and judges: what can we learn from Alan Paller?

Alan Paller QC is the author of onsides, numerous articles, books and a contributing writer to a number of papers including a reference collection on the subject of cybersecurity

Alan Paller is described as “one of the world’s foremost experts on cyber crime, anti-terrorism and international law”. The QC, former head of the intelligence unit of GCHQ and author of Is Dead at 76?, a reference collection on cyber threats, has appeared as a non-juror, a witness and a witness in court.

He made the following contribution to the Guardian Children’s Editor’s roundtable, M2 M1, on improving gender equity in media on 9 March 2015.

How does the government ensure that children’s media portray the facts about sex, relationships and violence accurately?

It’s a difficult task as for the television and cinema, there’s no shortage of material and lots of experts are sceptical about the value of real life stories portrayed by fictional characters. Our answer is to give children an emotional context and, more importantly, to point out the difference between the real and the fictional.

Is he really dead?

J.R Richards, MD, Bajpe of Telford

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