Tag Archives: Legal text comparison systems

DC Code Reunion Hackathon 2014: Results, storify, tweets, and resources

The DC Code Reunion Hackathon was held May 10, 2014, at Mapbox Garage in Washington, DC, USA. Here is a description of the event, from the registration page: In 2013, @tmcw organized a killer hackathon for the DC Code. At … Continue reading

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Legal Document Cloud

There has been some discussion recently of a legal document cloud: a version, specifically for legal texts, of DocumentCloud, the online document repository for journalists that uses OpenCalais to perform semantic analysis and annotation of documents. [Here is a recent … Continue reading

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LobbyPlag: compares text of EU regulation with texts of lobbyists’ proposals

A service called LobbyPlag lets users view provisions of EU regulations and compare them to provisions of lobbyists’ proposals. The example currently available on LobbyPlag concerns the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Click here to see how LobbyPlag compares the … Continue reading

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