Edited by Sharon K. Sandeen, Christoph Rademacher and Ansgar Ohly
This fresh and insightful Research Handbook delivers global perspectives on information law and governance, delving into principles of information law in the areas of trade secrecy, privacy, data protection and cybersecurity.
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- Research Handbook on Information Law and Governance
- Chapter 1: Cyberlaw will die and we will kill it
- Chapter 2: Confidentiality creep and opportunistic privacy
- Chapter 3: Disclosure
- Chapter 4: Exclusivity in data: How to best combine the patchwork of applicable European legal instruments
- Chapter 5: Data(base) rights? - Misappropriation, property, and tales of trials and tribulations
- Chapter 6: Big data in Japan: Copyright, trade secret and new regime in 2018
- Chapter 7: Liability for the loss of data
- Chapter 8: The emergence of a global standard for reasonable efforts?
- Chapter 9: Employers liability for trade secret infringement
- Chapter 10: The limits of trade secret protection in the EU
- Chapter 11: Freedom of the media and trade secrets in Europe
- Chapter 12: The DTSA and trade secret extraterritoriality
- Chapter 13: Jurisdiction and choice of law in trade secrets cases: The EU perspective
- Chapter 14: Data privacy in Europe and its reception under Japanese law
- Chapter 15: The right to explanation, explained
- Chapter 16: The story of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), version 1.0
- Chapter 17: Legislative developments on cybersecurity in the EU in the age of artificial intelligence
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Chapter 1: Cyberlaw will die and we will kill it
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