By Andrej Savin
This well timed and unique publication is a state-of-the-art review of web legislations within the ecu, and particularly of the european regulatory framework which applies to the net. whilst it serves as a serious review of the EU's coverage and governance equipment and a comparative research, more often than not contrasting American with european solutions.
The publication starts by means of studying the european constitutional context during which the net is regulated and some of the coverage files which trained the legislation through the years. It then maintains to explain the fundamental tools in all the proper fields, masking digital trade, jurisdiction, content material law, highbrow estate, patron safeguard, privateness and felony law. every one is saw as a framework wherein the web is regulated. instead of supply a accomplished catalogue of appropriate tools, the writer analyses their interaction.
EU net legislation will attract teachers, scholars, and practitioners, and may be of curiosity to the legally-minded and legally-informed public because it discusses problems with basic value and interest.
Contents: Preface 1. web law within the eu Union 2. digital trade three. foreign Jurisdiction and acceptable legislation four. Speech and content material rules five. legal responsibility of Intermediaries 6. highbrow estate 7. customer safeguard and advertising eight. information security and privateness nine. electronic id and digital funds 10. Cybercrime eleven. Concluding comments Index
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Lex Informatica: The Formulation of Information Policy Rules Through Technology’ (1998) 76 Texas Law Review 553. , ‘When Code Isn’t Law’ (2003) 89 Virginia Law Review 103, who looks at the problem from the perspective of the interest group behaviour. , Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace (Basic Books, New York 1999), pp. 5–6. 0 (Basic Books, New York 2006), p. 6. 37 For a general debate about code as code and some issues that highlight the difficulties of the relationship between Information Technology and regulation, see Dommerin, E.
This model presupposes the creation of new international organizations formed specifically to deal with the Internet and entrusted with its regulation. Examples of organizations which have operated with success include the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) or the Internet Society (ISOC). The nature of these organizations varies. The first, ICANN, is a non-profit organization created in 1998 to supervise the performance of a number of Internet-related tasks of which the most notable is the assignment of Internet names and addresses.
Census Bureau E-Stats, 25 May 2006. 4 Up from 18 per cent in 2000 and 43 per cent in 2002. Source: European Commission, ICT and e-Business for an Innovative and Sustainable Economy, 7th Synthesis Report of the Sectoral e-Business Watch (2010), Office for Official Publications of the European Communities (Luxembourg 2010). 5 On the historical development of the Directive, see Pearce, G. , ‘Promoting the Information Society: The EU Directive on Electronic Commerce’ (2000) 6 European Law Journal 363.
EU Internet Law by Andrej Savin