Journal: I. J. Law and Information Technology

Volume 25, Issue 4

249 -- 258David G. Post. How the Internet is making jurisdiction sexy (again)
259 -- 282Rita Matulionyte. Lending e-books in libraries: is a technologically neutral approach the solution?
283 -- 308Saxon R. Shaw. There is no silver bullet: solutions to Internet jurisdiction
309 -- 335Artem Sergeev. The right to internet access: assessing the impact and the merits of compliance through an example of modern China
336 -- 338Patrick O'Callaghan. Enforcing Privacy: Regulatory, Legal and Technological Approaches, Edited by David Wright and Paul de Hert
338 -- 341Kevin T. O'Sullivan. The European Union as Guardian of Internet Privacy: The Story of Article 16 TFEU, by Hielke Hijmans
341 -- 344Elif Mendos Kuskonmaz. Data Protection on the Move: Current Developments in ICT and Privacy/Data Protection, Edited by Serge Gutwirth, Ronald Leenes and Paul de Hert
344 -- 346Michaela MacDonald. Digital Revolution: Challenges for Contract Law in Practice, Edited by Reiner Schulze and Dirk Staudenmayer
346 -- 348Jesus Manuel Niebla Zatarain. Virtuality and Capabilities in a World of Ambient Intelligence, by Luiz Costa

Volume 25, Issue 3

179 -- 195Pierluigi Cuccuru. Beyond bitcoin: an early overview on smart contracts
196 -- 212Maria LillĂ  Montagnani, Laura Zoboli. The making of an 'orphan': cultural heritage digitization in the EU
213 -- 232John Selby. Data localization laws: trade barriers or legitimate responses to cybersecurity risks, or both?
233 -- 236Jiahong Chen. African Data Privacy Laws, Edited by Alex B. MakuliloData Protection Law in Ireland: Sources and Issues (2nd edn), by Paul Lambert
236 -- 239Michael Peter Kalule. Hacked: A Radical Approach to Hacker Culture and Crime, by Kevin F. Steinmetz
239 -- 241Heiko Richter. Private Power, Online Information Flows and EU Law: Mind the Gap, by Angela Daly
242 -- 244Alistair Clark. E-Voting Case Law: A Comparative Analysis, Edited by Ardita Driza Maurer and Jordi Barrat
245 -- 248Bernard Keenan. Surveillance, Privacy and Trans-Atlantic Relations, by David D. Cole, Federico Fabbrini and Stephen Schulhofer

Volume 25, Issue 2

85 -- 114Adrian Fong. The role of app intermediaries in protecting data privacy
115 -- 138Kinfe Micheal Yilma. Digital privacy and virtues of multilateral digital constitutionalism - preliminary thoughts
139 -- 178Samson Yoseph Esayas. The idea of 'emergent properties' in data privacy: towards a holistic approach

Volume 25, Issue 1

1 -- 25Kevin McGillivray. A right too far? Requiring cloud service providers to deliver adequate data security to consumers
26 -- 37Thomas Hoeren. Big data and the legal framework for data quality
38 -- 62Ignacio Cofone. The way the cookie crumbles: online tracking meets behavioural economics
63 -- 84Janja Hojnik. Technology neutral EU law: digital goods within the traditional goods/services distinction