Principles & Mission
lawless.tech is a one-stop source of information about the way law impacts innovative technologies, how those technologies affect and find their place in law, and how it all affects us as end users.
Governments and regulators often find themselves unprepared for challenges brought about by the technological advancement, and the mission of lawless.tech is to bridge the conceptual gap between innovators and lawmakers.
The purposes of lawless.tech are to:
- Paint a broad picture of how the newest technologies enter the lives of people and permeate the laws they live by.
- Explore how the latest technological advancements influence legislation around the world.
- Explain how regulations will impact the latest technological advances
- Expound on what these new technologies and regulations will mean for your personal, financial, and business interests
The editorial board of lawless.tech upholds the principles of an unbiased approach towards covering their stories, regardless of their format. The editorial board ensures full independence of the materials published on lawless.tech from any third-party influence. All features and articles published at lawless.tech, regardless of their origins and nature, have to meet strict quality requirements on writing level, topics, and objectivity, and, above all, have to be interesting for the readers. We avoid boring red-tape wording and suit speak so that our features and articles would be accessible to anyone. The editorial board puts the quality of the published content over various SEO requirements.
The editorial board of lawless.tech manages the published content, arranges interviews, and generally maintains the standards of writing, content selection and the magazine’s mission. It consists of editors and authors who hold a unique expertise in technologies and/or law. The editorial board also employs the services of experienced and knowledgeable guest contributors.
Read more about the team on the About Us page.
lawless.tech publishes different kinds of content, including news, editorials, op-ed, interviews, project reviews, and press releases. Views expressed in such articles are not necessarily those of the editorial board unless they are published as editorials.
The publication focuses on the regulation of space, internet, AI, robotics, blockchain, internet of things, neural networks, and other innovative or important technologies. lawless.tech also writes about legal tech.
lawless.tech covers news and opinions from the wide community of technological experts, startups, lawyers, regulators, and governments regarding the regulation of the newest technologies. Op-ed authors are not limited in any way in choosing the topic for their features and may freely express their own opinions or the opinions of entities they represent. The editorial board ensures only that said articles are in full compliance with the magazine’s editorial policy.
The members of the lawless.tech editorial board are paid for their work. Both the editorial board members and op-ed authors, however, are strictly forbidden from receiving any payments or other incentives from third-parties in exchange for publishing or covering a story on lawless.tech.