Journal: Journal of Information, Law and Technology

Volume 5, Issue 3

0 -- 0Daniele Ruggiu. Responsibilisation phenomena: the EC code of conduct for responsible nanosciences and nanotechnologies research
0 -- 0David Mangan. Book review: 'Employment law and the new workplace in the social media age'
0 -- 0Daithi Mac Sithigh. Multiplayer games: tax, copyright, consumers and the video game industries
0 -- 0Paul Maharg, Abhilash Nair. Editorial
0 -- 0Paul Maharg. Convergence and fragmentation: legal research, legal informatics and legal education
0 -- 0Tobias Mahler. Assessing legal risks of closed generic top-level domains

Volume 5, Issue 2

0 -- 0Perttu Virtanen. Innoweb v Wegener: CJEU, Sui Generis database right and making available to the public - The war against the machines
0 -- 0Monika Zalnieriute. Book Review: 'Data Privacy Law: An International Perspective'
0 -- 0Paul Maharg. Editorial
0 -- 0Alex Avramenko, Parveen Tamadon-Nejad. Internet innovations: exploring new horizons
0 -- 0Niamh Christina Gleeson, Ian Walden. 'It's a jungle out there'?: Cloud computing, standards and the law
0 -- 0Arno R. Lodder. When 'there' can be everywhere: On the cross-border use of WhatsApp, Pandora, and Grindr

Volume 5, Issue 1

0 -- 0Fritz Dolder. Assessing "inventive step" of patent applications
0 -- 0Stephen Colbran, Anthony Gilding, Samuel Colbran. The role of digital flashcards in legal education: theory and potential
0 -- 0Paul Maharg, Abhilash Nair. Editorial
0 -- 0Gonenc Gurkaynak, Ilay Yilmaz, Derya Durlu. Exploring New Frontiers in the Interface between Free Speech and Access Bans - The ECHR's Case of Ahmet Yıldırım v. Turkey
0 -- 0Darius Stitilis, Inga Malinauskaite. Compliance with basic principles of data protection in cloud computing: the aspect of contractual relations with end-users
0 -- 0Uta Kohl. Barbarians in Our Midst: 'Cultural Diversity' on the Transnational Internet