Journal: I. J. Law and Information Technology

Volume 19, Issue 4

285 -- 305Elizabeth Macdonald. When is a contract formed by the browse-wrap process?
306 -- 323Marcella Favale. Approximation and DRM: can digital locks respect copyright exceptions?
324 -- 347Eliza Mik. Unimportance of being "electronic" or - popular misconceptions about "Internet contracting"
348 -- 380Jan Trzaskowski. User-generated marketing - legal implications when word-of-mouth goes viral
381 -- 386David Stewart. The Law of Virtual Worlds and Internet Social Networks

Volume 19, Issue 3

165 -- 186Alisdair A. Gillespie. Restricting access to the internet by sex offenders
187 -- 223Simon Bradshaw, Christopher Millard, Ian Walden. Contracts for clouds: comparison and analysis of the Terms and Conditions of cloud computing services
224 -- 242Emad Abdel Rahim Dahiyat. Towards new recognition of liability in the digital world: should we be more creative?
243 -- 263Dan Svantesson. A legal method for solving issues of Internet regulation
264 -- 284Bela Bonita Chatterjee. New but not improved: a critical examination of revisions to the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 encryption provisions

Volume 19, Issue 2

95 -- 109Ian Brown. Communications Data Retention in an Evolving Internet
110 -- 132Althaf Marsoof. Online Social Networking and the Right to Privacy: The Conflicting Rights of Privacy and Expression
133 -- 152David Erdos. Stuck in the Thicket? Social Research under the First Data Protection Principle
153 -- 163Thomas Schultz. Internet Disputes, Fairness in Arbitration and Transnationalism: A Reply to Julia Hörnle

Volume 19, Issue 1

1 -- 28Pablo Cortés. Developing Online Dispute Resolution for Consumers in the EU: A Proposal for the Regulation of Accredited Providers
53 -- 73Patrick Lundevall-Unger, Tommy Tranvik. IP Addresses - Just a Number?
74 -- 93Catherine Easton. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0: An Analysis of Industry Self-regulation