Dealing extensively with domain name dispute case law, rules and procedures, this book provides practical information for protecting trademarks against registration and use of abusive third-party domain names as well as defending UDRP complaints. Leading intellectual property lawyer Dan Bereskin presents an invaluable how-to guide for the effective execution of complaints concerning uniform domain names while considering responses to such complaints. The book also offers detailed advice on the evidence needed to support complaints and responses.
The Internet has brought about unprecedented changes to modern life, creating a connected society but also radically opening up the question of how to design and apply legal rules in a digital world. This thoroughly revised second edition provides an updated exploration of the latest developments and controversies in European Internet law.
This comprehensive Research Handbook analyzes the impact of the rapid growth of digital trade on businesses, consumers, and regulators. Leading experts provide theoretical and practical insight into how to manage the legal and policy challenges of the global digital economy.
Autonomous systems driven by artificial intelligence (AI) technologies have significant potential for increased productivity and improved safety in many sectors, but it is inevitable that some accidents will occur. The law needs an adequate way to respond to these scenarios and compensate those wrongfully injured. This comprehensive book examines the unique difficulties that autonomous systems create for existing accident compensation systems founded on tort, and proposes solutions.
This provocative and timely book identifies and disrupts the conventional regulation and governance discourses concerning AI and big data. It suggests that, instead of being used as tools for exclusionist commercial markets, AI and big data can be employed in governing digital transformation for social good.
Providing a much-needed study on cybersecurity regime building, this comprehensive book is a detailed analysis of cybersecurity norm-making processes and country positions, through the lens of multi-stakeholder diplomacy. Multidisciplinary and multinational scholars and practitioners use insights drawn from high-level discussion groups to provide a rigorous analysis of how major cyber powers view multi-stakeholder diplomacy.
This timely book explores the legal and practical challenges created by the
increasingly automated decision-making procedures underpinning EU multilevel
cooperation, for example, in the fields of border control and law enforcement. It
argues that such procedures impact not only the rights to privacy and data
protection, but fundamentally challenge the EU constitutional promise of effective
This enlightening book examines the use of online influence operations by foreign
actors, and the extent to which these violate international law. It looks at key
recent examples such as the 2016 UK EU Referendum, the 2016 American Presidential
Election, and the 2017 French Presidential Election. The book analyses the core
elements of interventions and sovereignty, and the extent to which these elements
were violated in the three central case studies.
Drawing on the theoretical debates, practical applications, and sectoral approaches in the field, this ground-breaking Handbook unpacks the political and regulatory developments in AI and big data governance. Covering the political implications of big data and AI on international relations, as well as emerging initiatives for legal regulation, it provides an accessible overview of ongoing data science discourses in politics, law and governance.
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