Edited by Andrej Savin and Jan Trzaskowski
This innovative book provides an overview of the latest developments and controversies in European Internet law. It is grouped in sections that correspond to the most disputed areas, looking consecutively at policy and governance, copyright, private international law, E-commerce & consumer protection and citizens and their position on the Internet. More than a basic introduction. The authors go further than a basic introduction into the field, as they highlight the challenges that European law- and policy-makers face when attempting to regulate the Internet.
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- Research Handbook on EU Internet Law
- List of cases of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU)
- Chapter 1: EU Internet policy
- Chapter 2: Net neutrality law
- Chapter 3: EU Internet law in the era of convergence: the interplay with EU telecoms and media law
- Chapter 4: Copyright law: an ancient history, a contemporary challenge
- Chapter 5: Limitations to copyright in the digital age
- Chapter 6: Trade mark law and advertising keywords
- Chapter 7: Software patents and the digital environment
- Chapter 8: Where does the act of ‘making available’ occur?
- Chapter 9: Information society perspectives on choice of law and jurisdiction – party autonomy in transition
- Chapter 10: Jurisdiction over cyber torts under the Brussels I Regulation
- Chapter 11: Consumer contracts and the Internet in EU private international law
- Chapter 12: E-Commerce in the Single Market context – the invisible framework
- Chapter 13: Developments in intermediary liability
- Chapter 14: The concept of European regulation of B2C Internet sales
- Chapter 15: Information requirements overload? Assessing disclosure duties under the E-commerce Directive, Services Directive and Consumer Directive
- Chapter 16: Online marketing: advertisers know you are a dog on the Internet!
- Chapter 17: Commercial communication in social media
- Chapter 18: Legal evidence in a digital context: will signatures disappear?
- Chapter 19: Crowdsourcing and user empowerment: a contradiction in terms?
- Chapter 20: Hate and harm: the law on hate speech
- Chapter 21: Free speech, defamation and the limits to freedom of expression in the EU: a comparative analysis
- Chapter 22: Data protection reform and the Internet: the draft Data Protection Regulation
- Chapter 23: An analysis of the European Union’s law and policy relating to website accessibility
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