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xxiv, 129 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • General Approaches for a Legal Framework.- Security and Privacy.- Governance of the Internet of Things.- Internet of Things as Tool of Global Welfare.- Concluding Observations.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783642117091 20160604
The Internet of Things as an emerging global Internet-based information archit- ture facilitating the exchange of goods and services is gradually developing. While the technology of the Internet of Things is still being discussed and created, the legal framework should be established before the Internet of Things is fully operable, in order to allow for an efective introduction of the new information architecture. If a self-regulatory approach is to be adopted to provide a legal framework for the Internet of Things, and this seems preferable, rulemakers can draw on experiences from the current regime of Internet governance. In the near future, mainly businesses will operate in the Internet of Things. Civil society is only expected to make use of the Internet of Things, as it now does of the Internet, at a later stage (e.g. for healthcare). The Internet of Things will have an impact in various areas. The regulatory fra- work must provide for provisions ensuring the security of the structure as well as the privacy of its users. Furthermore, legal barriers that may stand in the way of the coming into operation of the Internet of Things will have to be considered. However, the Internet of Things will also have positive efects in diferent felds, such as the inclusion of developing countries in global trade, the use of search engines to the beneft of civil society, combating product counterfeiting, tackling environmental concerns, improving health conditions, securing food supply and monitoring compliance with labor standards.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783642117091 20160604
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xxiv, 129 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction
  • General approaches for a legal framework
  • Security and privacy
  • Governance of the internet of things
  • Internet of things as a tool of global warfare.
The Internet of Things as an emerging global Internet-based information archit- ture facilitating the exchange of goods and services is gradually developing. While the technology of the Internet of Things is still being discussed and created, the legal framework should be established before the Internet of Things is fully operable, in order to allow for an efective introduction of the new information architecture. If a self-regulatory approach is to be adopted to provide a legal framework for the Internet of Things, and this seems preferable, rulemakers can draw on experiences from the current regime of Internet governance. In the near future, mainly businesses will operate in the Internet of Things. Civil society is only expected to make use of the Internet of Things, as it now does of the Internet, at a later stage (e.g. for healthcare). The Internet of Things will have an impact in various areas. The regulatory fra- work must provide for provisions ensuring the security of the structure as well as the privacy of its users. Furthermore, legal barriers that may stand in the way of the coming into operation of the Internet of Things will have to be considered. However, the Internet of Things will also have positive efects in diferent felds, such as the inclusion of developing countries in global trade, the use of search engines to the beneft of civil society, combating product counterfeiting, tackling environmental concerns, improving health conditions, securing food supply and monitoring compliance with labor standards.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783642117091 20160604
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xxxix, 280 p. ; 23 cm.
  • Historical Developments.- Organizational Framework in Internet Governance.- Philosophical and Sociological Environment.- Discussion Topics of Internet Governance.- Regulatory Issues.- Concluding Obervations.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783642046193 20160604
The information society is a key issue in everyday life and a phenomenon enc- passing social, cultural, economic, and legal facettes. Currently, an information society's legal framework is gradually crystallizing under the newly introduced term of "Internet governance". During the last few years, intensive discussions about the contents of Internet governance have addressed manifold aspects of a possible regulatory regime. In light of the general comprehension that an international treaty structure is mi- ing and that self-regulation as a normative model does not sufce in all respects, new architectural and constitutional theories have been developed; furthermore, the international body of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) came to life. N- withstanding the available literature on IGF, however, a thorough and systematic study sheding light on the main topics of Internet governance (such as legitimacy, transparency, accountability, and participation) and on the key regulatory issues (for example critical Internet resources, access, protection of civil liberties/- man rights, realization of security, safety and privacy standards, as well as the overcoming of the digital divide) from a legal perspective is not yet at hand. The present publication aims at discussing these legal challenges. This book has benefted from many inputs and encouragements from colleagues that I am deeply grateful for. In particular, I am indebted to the very meaningful discussions and valuable support in the preparation of the publication by my - search assistants lic. iur Mirin . a Grosz and lic. iurR . omana Weber, to lic. iur.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9783642046193 20160604
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xxii, 274 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Coffee Pots and Protocols: The Role of the Cyberlawyer-- Regulatory Competition and Webs of Regulation-- Environmental Design and Control-- Code Controls and Controlling Code-- Online Communities-- Competition and Indirect Controls-- Cyber Laws and Cyber Law Making-- Regulating Cyberspace-- Quantum Physics for Regulators.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415420013 20160528
Examining the development and design of regulatory structures in the online environment, "The Regulation of Cyberspace" considers current practices and suggests a regulatory model that acknowledges its complexity and how it can be utilised by regulators to provide a more comprehensive regulatory structure for cyberspace. Drawing on the work of cyber-regulatory theorists, such as Yochai Benkler, Andrew Shapiro and Lawrence Lessig, the author explores and analyses how all forms of control, including design and market controls, as well as traditional command and control regulation, are applied within the complex and flexible environment of cyberspace. It includes chapters on: the role of the cyberlawyer; environmental design and control; online communities; and cyber laws and cyber law-making. This book is an essential read for anyone interested in law and information technology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415420013 20160528
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xxxvii, 1022 p. : forms ; 25 cm.
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xi, 255 p. ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction: The Internet as a World Enterprise. * International Connectivity. * Global Internet Governance. * Frameworks for E-Commerce and Taxation. * Investment and Intellectual Property. * Content, Privacy, and International Law. * International Regimes and Internet Security. * Challenges to the Global Internet Regime.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781555879990 20160528
Governing the Internet explores the many complex issues and challenges that confront governments, technocrats, business people, and others as they try to create and implement rules for a truly global, interoperable Internet. Though focusing on those countries that have the most advanced information technology infrastructures, Franda also discusses the development of the Internet in China as a test case for accommodating the majority of the world's citizens in an international regime. His further study of the Internet and international relations in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and central and eastern Europe will be published later this year.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781555879990 20160528
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xx, 388 p. ; 24 cm.
  • PART 1: THE INTERNET, LAW AND SOCIETY 1. The Internet, Law and Society, Clive Walker, David Wall and Yaman Akdeniz. PART 2: GOVERNANCE OF THE INTERNET 2. The Roles of Government in National/International Internet Administration, Stephen Saxby. 3. The Governance of the Internet in Europe, Andrew Charlesworth. 4. Jurisdiction and Choice of Law in a Borderless Electronic Environment, Alan Reed. PART 3: LEGAL INSITUTIONS AND PROFESSIONS AND THE INTERNET 5. Lawyers in the Information Age, David Wall. 6. Cyber-Constitutionalism and Digital Democracy, Clive Walker. 7. Policing the Internet: Maintaining Order and Law on the Cyber-beat, David S. Wall. 8. Criminal Justice Processes and the Internet, Clive Walker. PART 4: LEGAL CONTROVERSIES IN CYBERSPACE 9. Sexually-Oriented Expression, Yaman Akdeniz and Nadine Strossen. 10. Child Pornography, Yaman Akdeniz. 11. Hate Speech, Barry Steinhardt. 12. Hacking, Viruses and Fraud, Martin Wasik. 13. Defamation on the Internet, Yaman Akdeniz and Horton Rogers 14. Whisper Who Dares: Encryption, Privacy Rights and the New World Disorder, Yaman Akdeniz and Clive Walker. 15. Electronic Commerce, Paul Eden. General Bibliography. List of Contributors. Index of Cases and Statutes. Index of Contents.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780582356566 20160527
Students and academics taking courses in IT law, computer law, Internet law, as well as courses in core law areas on which Internet law is increasingly impinging, e.g. criminal law, criminology and criminal justice, torts, civil liberties, intellectual property, and commercial law. Also, practitioners, and the general market. This book examines topical themes relating to the Internet and its relationship with law and policy in a social and political context. It is concerned with the law in action as much as black-letter law. Issues are covered under the broad headings of: the Internet and society, governance in a transnational environment, legal institutions and the law professions, and legal controversies in cyberspace.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780582356566 20160527
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281 p. ; 22 cm.
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40 p. ; 23 x 11 cm.
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xlix, 496 pages ; 19 cm.
  • Overview of the global Internet
  • Perspectives on global Internet governance
  • Global Internet jurisdiction
  • Internet-related contract law
  • Consumer law in cyberspace
  • Global Internet torts
  • Internet-related privacy
  • Internet-related crimes
  • Content regulation on the Internet
  • Copyrights in cyberspace
  • Trademarks on the global Internet
  • Trade secrets in cyberspace
  • Patent law and the Internet.
The Global Internet Law in a Nutshell begins with a review of the history, technology, and competing theories of the Internet that enables a deeper understanding of case law and statutory developments discussed in the substantive chapters. It briefly covers the history of the Internet through the rapidly evolving Web 3.0, competing theories of Internet governance, cyber jurisdiction and enforcement of judgments, choice and conflicts of law, cybertorts, online contracting and licensing including social media terms of use, the protection of online intellectual property assets, global consumer law, the protection of online privacy, criminal liability for Internet activity, and European Community statutes such as the General Data Protection Regulation, E-Commerce Directive, Brussels Regulation, and Rome I Regulation. The Third Edition presents a concise discussion of cloud computing and social media terms of use. Each chapter of this revised edition updates the key cases and statutory developments from the United States, Europe, and around the world. This book is an ideal beginning textbook as well as starting point for most Internet-related research. This short treatise provides a succinct summary of e-commerce law developments around the world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781634596848 20160619
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xii, 275 p. : forms ; 24 cm.
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265 p. ; 24 cm.
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xxi, 293 p. ; 25 cm.
  • The Chinese legal system
  • Regulating the Internet
  • Internet speech
  • Privacy interests
  • Proprietary interests.
A comprehensive, structured, and up-to-date introduction to the law governing the dissemination of information in a computer-mediated world in China, Internet Law in China stresses the practical applications of the law that are encountered by all individuals and organizations in Chinese cyberspace, but always in the light of theoretical underpinnings. Among the overarching topics treated in the Chinese context are the following: intellectual property protection in cyberspace; privacy of communication and data privacy; electronic contract forming and electronic signature; personal, domestic and international jurisdiction; and free expression in cyberspace. This book is particularly valuable to legal, business, and communication professionals, academics, and students concerned with the regulation of the Internet and related activities in China. It is the first book to focus solely on Chinese Internet law. * The first book to systematically explore the legal doctrines and principles that apply to the Internet and related activities in China* Broad coverage: from Internet speech to proprietary interests, privacy issues, electronic contracts, and jurisdiction* Original comparative analysis of China's Internet regulation practice in the global context.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781843346487 20160609
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vi, 204 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Das Zensurverbot im Zeitalter der Digitalisierung / Dr. Angsar Koreng
  • Zugangsrisiko und Spamgefahr : Anwendung der Empfangstheorie im E-Mail-Verkehr / Erik Hahn
  • Die virtuelle Aktiengesellschaft : Inventor relations und Hauptversammlung im Internet / Tino Marz
  • Der Digital Lauschangriff : Online-Durchsuchung im Strafprozess / Stefanie Harnisch
  • E-Government : Bürgernahe Verwaltung für jedermann? / Peter Hense
  • Cyberwar und die völkerrechtlichen Grenzen des Internet / Mario Hemmerling
  • Informationsquelle Internet versus Urheberrecht? / Antje Gruneberg
  • Günstige Reise : günstiges recht? : Risiko Reisebuchung im Internet / Janett Martschenko
  • Gesundheit aus dem Internet : Doc Morris macht's möglich? / Runa Kinzel
  • Überwachung der Internetnutzung am Arbeitsplatz / Katrin Schwarz
  • Wahlen, Abstimmungen und Petitionen im Internet von den Schranken des Grundgesetzes / Ralph Zimmermann.
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604 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
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290 p. ; 24 cm.
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173 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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323 p. ; 24 cm.
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v. : ill. ; 25-27 cm.
In the ever-changing realm of the Internet, lawmakers face a steady stream of new areas potentially requiring regulation and oversight. This book is part of a series exploring the dynamic universe of the 21st century. Collected here are papers discussing the wide range of topics impacting Internet expansion, E-commerce, computerised voting, and cyber-security threats. Such a selection makes this volume important to developing an overview of the key issues in the dynamic and wired world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781590332269 20160528
The Internet has grown to over 1,000,000,000 websites and a medium for millions of e-mail communications each day. This revolutionary development in the sphere of information and communications has taken place in less than a decade. This hypergrowth has been totally uncontrolled, which has resulted in not only growth but also problems.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781560729273 20160528
The dot.coms may be dying by the droves but the internet is growing both in size and users. This book examines the latest issues of this monster which won't let go of contemporary people -- not that they would be without it for a day.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781590330470 20160528
This book discusses key policies and legal issues such as security, useless e-mail, Internet navigation, access, gambling, searching techniques, copyright, indecency, privacy and the next generation Internet. Features: an overview of six key policy issues affecting its use and growth; Internet gambling -- overview of federal criminal law; online service provider copyright liability -- analysis and discussion; protecting privacy on the Internet -- a summary of legislative proposals; restrictions on minor's access to material on the Internet; point and click -- Internet search techniques; Internet technology; Internet indecency -- the Supreme Court decision on the Communications Decency Act.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781560726685 20160528
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20. EU internet law [2017]

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xxiv, 360 pages ; 24 cm.
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