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    International Journal of Law and Information Technology

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology

    2000, Vol.8               

    2001, Vol.9               

    2002, Vol.10             

    2003, Vol.11             

    2004, Vol.12             

    2005, Vol.13             

    2006, Vol.14

    2007, Vol.15

    2008, Vol.16

    2009, Vol.17

    2010, Vol.18

    2011, Vol.19

    2012, Vol.20

    2013, Vol.21

    2014, Vol.22

    2015, Vol.23

    2016, Vol.24

    2017, Vol.25


    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2000, Vol.8

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    L Longdin

    Liability for defects in bespoke software: are lawyers and information scientists speaking the same language?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-24

    CD Freedman

    The protection of computer software in copyright and the law of confidence: improper decompilation and employee- poaching

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 25-47

    IM Carr, KS Williams

    A step too far in controlling computers? The Singapore Computer Misuse (Amendment) Act 1998

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 48-64

    P Blume

    Transborder data flow: is there a solution in sight?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 65-86

    <R. Thomson, J. Huntley, V. Belton, F. Li, J. Friel>

    The legal data refinery

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 87-97

    M Foss, LA Bygrave

    International consumer purchases through the internet: jurisdictional issues pursuant to European law

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 99-138

    A Wiebe

    Perspectives of European intellectual property law

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 139-165

    R Widdison

    Learning law in the twenty- first century

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 166-192

    IM Azmi

    Domain names and cyberspace: the application of old norms to new problems

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 193-213

    KL Durell

    Intellectual property protection for computer software: how much and what form is effective?

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 231-262

    AD Murray

    The use of trade marks as meta tags: defining the boundaries

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 263-284

    CD Freedman

    Software and computer- related business- method inventions: must Europe adopt American patent culture?

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 285-309

    JAK Huntley

    New directions in US telecommunications regulation: the impact of the telecommunications act 1996 on "local" provision

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 310-337

    G Sutter

    "Nothing new under the sun": old fears and new media

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 338-378

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2001, Vol.9

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    James Catchpole

    The Regulation of Electronic Commerce: A Comparative Analysis of the Issues Surrounding the Principles of Establishment

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-20

    Tom Burns

    Implications of Information Technology on Corporate Governance

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 21-38

    Vagelis Papakonstantinou

    A Data Protection Approach to Data Matching Operations Among Public Bodies

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 39-64

    Jacqueline D Lipton

    Security Interests in Electronic Databases

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 65-86

    Samtani Anil

    Electronic Commerce in Asia: The Legal, Regulatory and Policy Issues

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 93-114

    John W. Raine

    Modernising Courts and Tribunals through ICTs Lessons from The London Parking Appeals Service

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 115-132

    Farooq Ahmad

    Electronic Commerce: An Indian Perspective

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 133-170

    Rolf H. Weber

    Does Intellectual Property Become Unimportant in Cyberspace?

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 171-185

    Emily M. Weitzenboeck

    Introduction to the Special Issue on Electronic Agents

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 187-188

    Sonia Gonzalo

    A Business Outlook regarding Electronic Agents

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 189-203

    Emily M. Weitzenboeck

    Electronic Agents and the Formation of Contracts

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 204-234

    Silvia Feliu

    Intelligent Agents and Consumer Protection

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 235-248

    Joakim S. T. Oren

    Electronic Agents and the Notion of Establishment

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 249-274

    Lee A. Bygrave

    Electronic Agents and Privacy: A Cyberspace Odyssey 2001

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 275-294

    Henning Grosse Ruse

    Electronic Agents and the Legal Protection of Non creative Databases

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 295-326

    Alexandre Cruquenaire

    Electronic Agents as Search Engines: Copyright related aspects

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 327-343

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2002, Vol.10

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Marie Francine Moens, Maarten Logghe, Jos Dumortier

    Legislative Databases: Current Problems and Possible Solutions

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-22

    Diane Rowland, Andrew Campbell

    Supply of Software: Copyright and Contract Issues

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 23-40

    Robin Widdison

    New Perspectives in Legal Information Retrieval

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 41-70

    Wendy A. Adams

    Intellectual Property Infringement in Global Networks: The Implications of Protection Ahead of the Curve

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 71-131

    Marc D Goodman, Susan W Brenner

    The Emerging Consensus on Criminal Conduct in Cyberspace

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 139-223

    Ian Walden

    Anonymising Personal Data

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 224-237

    Paul Ganley

    Access to the Individual: Digital Rights Management Systems and the Intersection of Informational and Decisional Privacy Interests

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 241-293

    Catherine Colston

    Challenges to Information Retrieval- a Global Solution?

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 294-326

    Maeve McDonagh

    E- Government in Australia: the Challenge to Privacy of Personal Information

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 327-343

    Frederic Debussere

    International Jurisdiction over E- Consumer Contracts in the European Union: Quid Novi Sub Sole?

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 344-366

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2003, Vol.11

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Gregory R. Hagen

    Sovereign Domains and Property Claims

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-39

    Andreas Manolopoulos

    Raising "Cyber Borders": The Interaction Between Law and Technology

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 40-58

    Harry Rubin, Aaron Bukofzer, Shawn Helms

    From Ivory Tower to Wall Street- University Technology Transfer in the US, Britain, China, Japan, Germany, and Israel

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 59-86

    Dougal McKechnie

    The Use of the Internet by Courts and the Judiciary: Findings from a Study Trip and Supplementary Research

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 109-148

    Karen McCullagh

    E- democracy: potential for Political Revolution?

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 149-161

    Mathias Klang

    A Critical Look at the Regulation of Computer Viruses

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 162-183

    Katleen Janssen, Jos Dumortier

    Towards a European Framework for the Re use of Public Sector Information: a Long and Winding Road

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 184-201

    Hasan A. Deveci

    Domain Names: Has Trade Mark Law Strayed From Its Path?

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 203-225

    Lilian Edwards

    Consumer Privacy, On- Line Business and the Internet: Looking for Privacy in all the Wrong Places

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 226-250

    Assafa Endeshaw

    Web Services and the Law: A Sketch of the Potential Issues

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 251-273

    Darryl Mountain

    XML E- Contracts: Documents that Describe Themselves

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 274-285

    David Vaver

    Invention in Patent Law: A Review and a Modest Proposal

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 286-307

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2004, Vol.12

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Jose MA. Emmanuel A. Caral

    Lessons from ICANN: Is self- regulation of the Internet fundamentally flawed?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-31

    Mira T. Sundara Rajan

    Moral Rights in Information Technology: A New Kind of 'Personal Right ?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 32-54

    Katarzyna Kryczka

    Ready to join the EU Information Society? Implementation of E- commerce Directive 2000/ 31/ EC in the EU acceding countries- the example of Poland

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 55-73

    Gbenga Oduntan

    The Evidentiary Issues Arising from the Proposed Use of the Satellite Based Vehicle Monitoring System and Electronic Logbooks in the FishCAM Project within the European Union

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 74-100

    Rebecca Ong

    Consumer Based Electronic Commerce: A Comparative Analysis of the Position in Malaysia and Hong Kong

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 101-122

    Mohamed Wahab

    Globalisation and ODR: Dynamics of Change in E- Commerce Dispute Settlement

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 123-152

    Ruth Atkins

    Co- op Group v ICL: Loyalty scheme pays "Dividend" for Supplier

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 157-167

    Hasan A. Deveci

    Databases: Is Sui Generis a Stronger Bet Than Copyright?

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 178-208

    Richard A. Brait

    Lead Users as a Source of Innovation

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 168-177

    Ian Eagles, Louise Longdin

    Technological Creativity and Moral Rights: A Comparative Perspective

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 209-236

    Philip Leith, Karen McCullagh

    Developing European Legal Information Markets based on Government Information

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 247-281

    Paul Ganley

    Digital Copyright and the New Creative Dynamics

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 282-332

    Julia Hornle

    The UK Perspective on the Country of Origin Rule in the E-commerce Directive- A Rule of Administrative Law Applicable to Private Law Disputes?

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 333-363

    Uta Kohl

    The Rule of Law, Jurisdiction and the Internet

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 365-376

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2005, Vol.13

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Alan Cunningham

    Rights Expression on Digital Communication Networks: Some Implications for Copyright

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-38

    Dan Jerker B. Svantesson

    The characteristics making Internet communication challenge traditional models of regulation- What every international jurist should know about the Internet

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 39-69

    Frederic Debussere

    The EU E- Privacy Directive: A Monstrous Attempt to Starve the Cookie Monster?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 70-97

    Anne Flanagan

    The law and computer crime: Reading the Script of Reform

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 98-117

    Elizabeth MacDonald

    Bugs and breaches

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 118-138

    Lucy Cradduck, Adrian Mccullagh

    Designing Copyright TPM: A Mutant Digital Copyright

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 155-187

    Mark Young

    The Future of Universal Service. Does it Have One?

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 188-205

    Grace Chan

    Domain name protection in Hong Kong: flaws and proposals for reform

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 206-242

    Anatoli Kalpakidou

    Business Method Patents. Should they survive in Europe?

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 243-259

    Prodromos Tsiavos

    Between Revolution and Governance: A Review of Xiudian Dai s The Digital Revolution and Governance

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 281-285

    Stephen Saxby

    Crown Copyright Regulation in the UK- Is the Debate Still Alive?

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 299-335

    Jinseok Park

    Has Patentable Subject Matter Been Expanded?-A Comparative Study on Software Patent Practices in the European Patent Office, the United States Patent and Trademark Office and the Japanese Patent Office

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 336-377

    Assafa Endeshaw

    Intellectual Property Enforcement in Asia: A Reality Check

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 378-412

    Cheng Lim Saw, Winston T.H. Koh

    Does P2P have a Future? Perspectives from Singapore

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 413-436

    Aashish Srivastava

    No Rice, No Wife to Cook: An Analysis of the Electronic Signatures Law of China

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 437-452

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2006, Vol.14

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Roger K. Baker

    Offshore IT Outsourcing and the 8th Data Protection Principle- legal and regulatory requirements- with reference to Financial Services

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-27

    Margaret Jackson, Marita Shelly

    Black Hats and White Hats: Authorisation of Copyright Infringement in Australia and the United States

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 28-46

    Warren B. Chik

    The Lion, the Dragon and the Wardrobe Guarding the Doorway to Information and Communications Privacy on the Internet: A Comparative Case Study of Hong Kong and Singapore- Two Differing Asian Approaches

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 47-100

    Philip Michael Romero

    An Immunological Approach to Counter-Terrorism and Infrastructure Defense Law in Electronic Domains

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 101-136

    Lior Zemer

    Rethinking Copyright Alternatives

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 137-145

    Stephen Saxby

    Public Policy and the Development of a UK National Geographic Information Strategy

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 147-194

    Robert C. Piasentin

    Unlawful? Innovative? Unstoppable? A Comparative Analysis of the Potential Legal Liability Facing P2P End- Users in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 195-241

    Yingru Chan, Zaw Thant, Robert Zimmerman, Laurence L. Leff

    Parsley: Towards an Integrated System to Handle Garnishment Forms for Garnishees, Judgment Debtors, Judgment Creditors, and the Courts

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 242-249

    Andreas Grosche

    Software Patents- Boon or Bane for Europe?

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 257-309

    Georgios I. Zekos

    Nanotechnology and Biotechnology Patents

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 310-369

    Marco Velicogna, Gar Yein Ng

    Legitimacy and Internet in the Judiciary: A Lesson From the Italian Courts Websites Experience

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 370-389

    Mika Raento

    The Data Subject's Right of Access and to be Informed in Finland: An Experimental Study

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 390-409

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2007, Vol.15

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Georgios I. Zekos

    State Cyberspace Jurisdiction and Personal Cyberspace Jurisdiction

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-37

    Susanna H. S. Leong, Cheng Lim Saw

    Copyright Infringement in a Borderless World- Does Territoriality Matter? Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada v Canadian Association of Internet Providers [2004] 2 SCR 427

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 38-53

    Dennis W.K. Khong

    Orphan Works, Abandonware and the Missing Market for Copyrighted Goods

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 54-89

    Mary W. S. Wong

    Cyber- trespass and "Unauthorized Access" as Legal Mechanisms of Access Control: Lessons from the US Experience

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 90-128

    Daniel B. Garrie, Rebecca Wong

    The Future of Consumer Web Data: A European/ US Perspective

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 129-152

    Bashar H. Malkawi

    E- Commerce in Light of International Trade Agreements: The WTO and the United States- Jordan Free Trade Agreement

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 153-169

    Darryl R. Mountain

    Disrupting Conventional Law Firm Business Models using Document Assembly

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 170-191

    Nicola Lucchi

    The Supremacy of Techno- Governance: Privatization of Digital Content and Consumer Protection in the Globalized Information Society

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 192-225

    Zaw Z. Han, Tin Tin Khine, Imtinan Ahmad, Sunil Shrestha, Laurence L. Leff

    Interoperability from Electronic Commerce to Litigation Using XML Rules

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 233-252

    Minyan Wang

    The Impact of Information Technology Development on the Legal Concept- A Particular Examination on the Legal concept of "Signatures"

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 253-274

    Jeffrey C J Lee

    The ongoing design duty in Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd v Sharman License Holdings Ltd- Casting the scope of copyright infringement even wider

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 275-298

    Yiming Zeng, Ruili Wang, John Zeleznikow, Elizabeth Kemp

    A Knowledge Representation Model for the Intelligent Retrieval of Legal Cases

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 299-319

    Clare Sullivan

    The United Kingdom Identity Cards Act 2006- Civil or Criminal?

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 320-361

    Gehan Gunasekara

    The final privacy frontier? Regulating trans- border data flows

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 362-393

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2008, Vol.16

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Stamos T. Karamouzis, Dee Wood Harper

    An Artificial Intelligence System Suggests Arbitrariness of Death Penalty

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-7

    Warren B. Chik

    Lord of Your Domain, But Master of None: The Need to Harmonize and Recalibrate the Domain Name Regime of Ownership and Control

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 8-72

    Ioannis Ntouvas

    Air Passenger Data Transfer to the USA: the Decision of the ECJ and latest developments

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 73-95

    Judith McNamara, Lucy Cradduck

    Can We Protect How We Do What We Do? A Consideration of Business Method Patents in Australia and Europe

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 96-124

    Lucy Cradduck, Adrian Mccullagh

    Identifying the Identity Thief: Is it time for a (smart) Australia Card?

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 125-158

    Maya Gadzheva

    Legal Issues in Wireless Building Automation: an EU Perspective

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 159-175

    Yu-Lin Chang

    Looking for zero- sum or win- win outcomes: A game- theoretical analysis of the fair use debate

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 176-204

    Romain Robert,

    WiFi Roaming: Legal Implications and Security Constraints

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 205-241

    Lorna E. Gillies

    Addressing the "Cyberspace Fallacy": Targeting the Jurisdiction of an Electronic Consumer Contract

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 242-269

    Okechukwu Benjamin Vincents

    When Rights Clash Online: The Tracking of P2p Copyright Infringements Vs. the EC Personal Data Directive

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 270-296

    Patrick Quirk

    Curriculum Themes: Teaching Global Cyberlaw

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 297-308

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2009, Vol.17

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Ephraim Nissan

    Legal Evidence, Police Intelligence, Crime Analysis or Detection, Forensic Testing, and Argumentation: An Overview of Computer Tools or Techniques

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-82

    Bruce L. Mann

    Smoothing Some Wrinkles in Online Dispute Resolution

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 83-112

    Emily B. Laidlaw

    Private Power, Public Interest: An Examination of Search Engine Accountability

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 113-145

    Gehan Gunasekara

    The "Final" Privacy Frontier? Regulating Trans- Border Data Flows

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 147-179

    Marita Shelly, Professor Margaret Jackson

    Doing Business with Consumers Online: Privacy, Security and the Law

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 180-205

    <Imtinan Ahmad, Hong Sik Kim, Laurence Leff, Daniel Dazza Greenwood>

    XML For Click- Through Contracts

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 206-219

    Mairead Moore

    Cybersquatting: Prevention better than cure?

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 220-231

    DR Bostjan Bercic, DR Carlisle George

    Identifying Personal Data Using Relational Database Design Principles

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 233-251

    Bruce L. Mann

    Social Networking Websites- A Concatenation of Impersonation, Denigration, Sexual Aggressive Solicitation, Cyber- Bullying or Happy Slapping Videos

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 252-267

    Ida Madieha bt. Abdul Ghani Azmi

    Institutional Repositories in Malaysia: The Copyright Issues

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 268-281

    P. Sean Morris

    Pirates of the Internet, At Intellectual Property's End With Torrents and Challenges for Choice of Law

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 282-303

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2010, Vol.18

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Dag Wiese Schartum

    Designing and Formulating Data Protection Laws

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-27

    Zinatul A. Zainol

    Domain Names Dispute Resolution Policy in ASEAN: an Appraisal of the Position in Malaysia and Selected Member Countries

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 28-49

    Fanny Coudert, Evi Werkers

    In The Aftermath of the Promusicae Case: How to Strike the Balance?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 50-71

    Philip Leith, Cynthia Fellows

    Enabling Free On- line Access to UK Law Reports: The Copyright Problem

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 72-93

    Cheng Lim Saw

    The Case for Criminalising Primary Infringements of Copyright- Perspectives from Singapore

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 95-126

    Michael Anthony C. Dizon

    Free and Open Source Software Communities, Democracy and ICT Law and Policy

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 127-141

    Bernhard Maier

    How Has the Law Attempted to Tackle the Borderless Nature of the Internet?

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 142-175

    Christopher Kuner

    Data Protection Law and International Jurisdiction on the Internet (Part 1)

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 176-193

    Lingjie Kong

    Enacting China's Data Protection Act

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 197-226

    Christopher Kuner

    Data Protection Law and International Jurisdiction on the Internet (Part 2)

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 227-247

    Chris Reed

    Online and Offline Equivalence: Aspiration and Achievement

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 248-273

    Daithi Mac Sithigh

    More than words: the introduction of internationalised domain names and the reform of generic top- level domains at ICANN

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 274-300

    Turgut Ayhan Beydogan

    Interoperability- Centric Problems: New Challenges and Legal Solutions

     No.4 Winter

     pp. 301-331

    Broder Kleinschmidt

    An International Comparison of ISP's Liabilities for Unlawful Third Party Content

     No.4 Winter

     pp. 332-355

    Giovanni Sartor, Mario Viola de Azevedo Cunha

    The Italian Google- Case: Privacy, Freedom of Speech and Responsibility of Providers for User-Generated Contents

     No.4 Winter

     pp. 356-378

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2011, Vol.19

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Pablo Cortes

    Developing Online Dispute Resolution for Consumers in the EU: A Proposal for the Regulation of Accredited Providers

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-28

    Soren Sandfeld Jakobsen

    Mobile Commerce and ISP Liability in the EU

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 29-52

    Patrick Lundevall-Unger, Tommy Tranvik

    IP Addresses- Just a Number?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 53-73

    Catherine Easton

    The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0: An Analysis of Industry Self-regulation

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 74-93

    Ian Brown

    Communications Data Retention in an Evolving Internet

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 95-109

    Althaf Marsoof

    Online Social Networking and the Right to Privacy: The Conflicting Rights of Privacy and Expression

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 110-132

    David Erdos

    Stuck in the Thicket? Social Research under the First Data Protection Principle

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 133-152

    Thomas Schultz

    Internet Disputes, Fairness in Arbitration and Transnationalism: A Reply to Julia Hنrnle

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 153-163

    Alisdair A. Gillespie

    Restricting access to the internet by sex offenders

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 165-186

    Simon Bradshaw, Christopher Millard, Ian Walden

    Contracts for clouds: comparison and analysis of the Terms and Conditions of cloud computing services

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 187-223

    Emad Abdel Rahim Dahiyat

    Towards new recognition of liability in the digital world: should we be more creative?

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 224-242

    Dan Svantesson

    A legal method for solving issues of Internet regulation

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 243-263

    Bela Bonita Chatterjee

    New but not improved: a critical examination of revisions to the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 encryption provisions

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 264-284

    Elizabeth Macdonald

    When is a contract formed by the browse- wrap process?

     No.4 Winter

     pp. 285-305

    Marcella Favale

    Approximation and DRM: can digital locks respect copyright exceptions?

     No.4 Winter

     pp. 306-323

    Eliza Mik

    The Unimportance of being "electronic" or- popular misconceptions about "Internet contracting"

     No.4 Winter

     pp. 324-347

    Jan Trzaskowski

    User- generated marketing- legal implications when word- of- mouth goes viral

     No.4 Winter

     pp. 348-380

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2012, Vol.20

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Qian Tao

    The knowledge standard for the Internet Intermediary Liability in China

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1-18

    Michael D. Scott

    Would a "right of reply" f ix Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 73-81

    Catherine Easton

    Revisiting the law on website accessibility in the light of the UK s Equality Act 2010 and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 19-47

    Darren Read

    Net neutrality and the EU electronic communications regulatory framework

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 48-72

    Rizal Rahman

    The legal measure against Denial of Service (DoS) attacks adopted by the United Kingdom legislature: should Malaysia follow suit?

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 85-101

    Philip Leith

    Europe's Information Society project and digital inclusion: universal service obligations or social solidarity?

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 102-123

    Josep Suquet-Capdevila

    Exploring online consumer mediation in Catalonia: principles and technological uses

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 124-146

    Alisdair A. Gillespie

    Jurisdictional issues concerning online child pornography

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 151-177

    Giuseppe Colangelo, Irene Lincesso

    Law versus technology: looking for a solution to the orphan works problem

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 178-202

    Agusti Cerrillo-i-Martinez

    Fundamental interests and open data for re-use

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 203-222

    Clare Sullivan

    Digital identity and mistake

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 223-241

    Catherine R. Easton

    ICANN s core principles and the expansion of generic top-level domain names

     No.4 Winter

     pp. 273- 290

    Althaf Marsoof

    A case for sui generis treatment of software under the WTO regime

     No.4 Winter

     pp. 291- 311

    Emily B. Laidlaw

    The responsibilities of free speech regulators: an analysis of the Internet Watch Foundation

     No.4 Winter

     pp. 312- 345

    Andreas Themelis

    After Pierre Fabre: the future of online distribution under competition policy

     No.4 Winter

     pp. 346- 369

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2013, Vol.21

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    Anne Flanagan

    Defining journalism in the age of evolving social media: a questionable EU legal test

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 1- 30

    Anna Vamialis

    Online defamation: confronting anonymity

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 31- 65

    Vasiliki Samartzi

    Account-sharing: a legitimate alternative to unlawful circumvention for the purposes of achieving content portability?

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 66- 91

    Irina Baraliuc, Sari Depreeuw, Serge Gutwirth

    Copyright enforcement in the digital age: a post-ACTA view on the balancing of fundamental rights

     No.1 Spring

     pp. 92- 104

    Maurizio Borghi, Federico Ferretti, Stavroula Karapapa

    Online data processing consent under EU law: a theoretical framework and empirical evidence from the UK

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 109- 153

    Daithi Mac Sithigh

    App law within: rights and regulation in the smartphone age

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 154- 186

    Uta Kohl

    Google: the rise and rise of online intermediaries in the governance of the Internet and beyond (Part 2)

     No.2 Summer

     pp. 187- 234

    Katrin Nyman-Metcalf, Ermo Taks

    Simplifying the law can ICT help us?

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 239- 268

    Francis Augusto Medeiros

    Is .com international? The .com gTLD: an analysis of its global nature through the prism of jurisdiction

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 269- 312

    Richard Hill

    WCIT: failure or success, impasse or way forward?

     No.3 Autumn

     pp. 313- 328

    Abhilash Nair, James Griffin

    The regulation of online extreme pornography: purposive teleology (in)action

    No.4 Winter

      pp. 329- 353

    Stefan Larsson

    Metaphors, law and digital phenomena: the Swedish pirate bay court case

    No.4 Winter

      pp. 354- 379

    Eleni Kosta

    Peeking into the cookie jar: the European approach towards the regulation of cookies

    No.4 Winter

      pp. 380- 406

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2014, Vol.22

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    Kevin McGillivray

    Give it away now? Renewal of the IANA functions contract and its role in internet governance

    No.1

    pp. 3-26

    Tobias Mahler

    A gTLD right? Conceptual challenges in the expanding internet domain namespace

    No.1

    pp. 27-48

    Emily M. Weitzenboeck

    Hybrid net: the regulatory framework of ICANN and the DNS

    No.1

    pp. 49-73

    Althaf Marsoof

    Online service providers and third party trademark infringement: an Australian perspective

    No.2

    pp. 75-106

    Damien McCallig

    Facebook after death: an evolving policy in a social network

    No.2

    pp. 107-140

    Gehan Gunasekara

    Paddling in unison or just paddling? International trends in reforming information privacy law

    No.2

    pp. 141-177

    Caitlin D. Cottrill, Piyushimita Vonu Thakuriah

    Privacy in context: an evaluation of policy- ased approaches to location privacy protection

    No.2

    pp. 178-207

    Nancy J. King, Pernille W. Jessen

    Smart metering systems and data sharing: why getting a smart meter should also mean getting strong information privacy controls to manage data sharing

    No.3

    pp. 215-253

    Ellen Wauters, Eva Lievens, Peggy Valcke

    Towards a better protection of social media users: a legal perspective on the terms of use of social networking sites

    No.3

    pp. 254-294

    Niels Vandezande

    Between Bitcoins and mobile payments: will the European Commission s new proposal provide more legal certainty?

    No.3

    pp. 295-310

    Louise Longdin, Ian Eagles, Pheh Hoon Lim

    Sale versus licence offline and online: can competition law bridge the doctrinal gap?

    No.4

    pp. 311-333

    Katarzyna Gracz, Primavera De Filippi

    Regulatory failure of copyright law through the lenses of autopoietic systems theory

    No.4

    pp. 334-366

    Chen Wei Zhu

    A regime of droit moral detached from software copyright?- the undeath of the author in free and open source software licensing

    No.4

    pp. 367-392

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2015, Vol.23

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    Primavera De Filippi, Lionel Maurel

    The paradoxes of open data and how to get rid of it? Analysing the interplay between open data and sui-generis rights on databases

    No.1

    pp. 1-22

    Ian Brown

    The feasibility of transatlantic privacy- protective standards for surveillance

    No.1

    pp. 23-40

    Stefanie Speth

    The relationship of VULA and LLU/ SLU from a European regulatory policy perspective

    No.1

    pp. 41-52

    Saw Cheng Lim, Warren B. Chik

    Whither the future of internet streaming and time- shifting? Revisiting the rights of reproduction and communication to the public in copyright law after Aereo

    No.1

    pp. 53-88

    Irini Katsirea

    Electronic press: 'Press-like' or 'television- like'?

    No.2

    pp. 134-156

    Andreas Kotsios

    Privacy in an augmented reality

    No.2

    pp. 157-185

    Monika Zalnieriute

    An international constitutional moment for data privacy in the times of mass- surveillance

    No.2

    pp. 99-133

    Niloufer Selvadurai

    Not just a face in the crowd: addressing the intrusive potential of the online application of face recognition technologies

    No.3

    pp. 187-218

    Dan Svantesson

    The holy trinity of legal fictions undermining the application of law to the global Internet

    No.3

    pp. 219-234

    Shan Lu

    Conditional access to music: reducing copyright infringement without restricting cloud sharing

    No.3

    pp. 235-260

    Stavroula Karapapa, Maurizio Borghi

    Search engine liability for autocomplete suggestions: personality, privacy and the power of the algorithm

    No.3

    pp. 261-289

    Niklas Vainio, Samuli Miettinen

    Telecommunications data retention after Digital Rights Ireland: legislative and judicial reactions in the Member States

    No.3

    pp. 290-309

    Maurice Schellekens

    The Internet access provider: unwilling or unable?

    No.3

    pp. 310-321

    Miquel Peguera

    In the aftermath of Google Spain: how the right to be forgotten is being shaped in Spain by courts and the Data Protection Authority

    No.4

    pp. 325-347

    Kristina Irion

    Your digital home is no longer your castle: how cloud computing transforms the (legal) relationship between individuals and their personal records

    No.4

    pp. 348-371

    Alex B. Makulilo

    Privacy in mobile money: central banks in Africa and their regulatory limits

    No.4

    pp. 372-391

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2016, Vol.24

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    Bernd Justin Jutte

    Coexisting digital exploitation for creative content and the private use exception

    No.1

    pp. 1-21

    Trish O Sullivan

    Developing an Online Dispute Resolution scheme for New Zealand consumers who shop online- are automated negotiation tools the key to improving access to justice?

    No.1

    pp. 22-43

    Rita Matulionyte

    10 years for Google Books and Europeana: copyright law lessons that the EU could learn from the USA

    No.1

    pp. 44-71

    Giovanni Sartor

    The right to be forgotten: balancing interests in the flux of time

    No.1

    pp. 72-98

    Clarice Marinho Martins de Castro, Chris Reed, Ruy de Queiroz

    Digital content and cloud-based contracts in Brazil and the European Union

    No.1

    pp. 99-118

    Michel Jose Reymond

    Lenz v Universal Music Corp: Much ado about nothing?

    No.2

    pp. 119-127

    Bo Zhao, G.P. (Jeanne) Mifsud Bonnici

    Protecting EU citizens' personal data in China: a reality or a fantasy?

    No.2

    pp. 128-150

    Dag Wiese Schartum

    Making privacy by design operative

    No.2

    pp. 151-175

    Alexandra Sims

    The case for fair use in New Zealand

    No.2

    pp. 176-202

    Amanda Scardamaglia, Angela Daly

    Google, online search and consumer confusion in Australia

    No.3

    pp. 203-228

    Aradhya Sethia

    Rethinking admissibility of electronic evidence

    No.3

    pp. 229-250

    W. Kuan Hon, Christopher Millard, Jatinder Singh, Ian Walden, Jon Crowcroft

    Policy, legal and regulatory implications of a Europe- only cloud

    No.3

    pp. 251-278

    Lilian Edwards, Lachlan Urquhart

    Privacy in public spaces: what expectations of privacy do we have in social media intelligence?

    No.3

    pp. 279-310

    Emmanouil Bougiakiotis

    The enforcement of the Google Spain ruling

    No.4

    pp. 311-342

    Anna-Maria Osula

    Remote search and seizure in domestic criminal procedure: Estonian case study

    No.4

    pp. 343-373

    Adamantia Rachovitsa

    Engineering and lawyering privacy by design: understanding online privacy both as a technical and an international human rights issue

    No.4

    pp. 374-399

    International Journal of Law and Information Technology, 2017, Vol 25

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    Kevin McGillivray

    A right too far? Requiring cloud service providers to deliver adequate data security to consumers

    No.1

    pp. 1-25

    Thomas Hoeren

    Big data and the legal framework for data quality

    No.1

    pp. 26-37

    Ignacio N. Cofone

    The way the cookie crumbles: online tracking meets behavioural economics

    No.1

    pp. 38-62

    Janja Hojnik

    Technology neutral EU law: digital goods within the traditional goods/ services distinction

    No.1

    pp. 63-84

    Adrian Fong

    The role of app intermediaries in protecting data privacy

    No.2

    pp. 85-114

    Kinfe Micheal Yilma

    Digital privacy and virtues of multilateral digital constitutionalism- preliminary thoughts

    No.2

    pp. 115-138

    Samson Y. Esayas

    The idea of 'emergent properties' in data privacy: towards a holistic approach

    No.2

    pp. 139-178