Journal: Journal of Information, Law and Technology

Volume 6, Issue 3

0 -- 0Antonio Segura-Serrano. Cybersecurity: Protection of Critical Information Infrastructures and Operators' Obligations
0 -- 0Helen Gubby. Universities need to teach business students about patents: a suggested approach
0 -- 0Daniele Ruggiu. The consolidation process of the EU regulatory framework on nanotechnologies: within and beyond the EU case-by-case approach
0 -- 0Bruce Wardhaugh. Developing regimes and mobile telecoms regulation in the twenty-first century: who makes the call?
0 -- 0Paul Maharg. Editorial
0 -- 0Konstantinos Stylianou, Jamila Venturini, Nicolo Zingales. Protecting user privacy in the Cloud: an analysis of terms of service

Volume 6, Issue 2

0 -- 0Irma Spahiu. Between the right to know and the right to forget: looking beyond the Google case
0 -- 0Abhilash Nair. Editorial
0 -- 0Claire Bessant. The application of Directive 95/46/EC and the Data Protection Act 1998 when an individual posts photographs of other individuals online
0 -- 0Giulio Calcara, Marko Forss, Matti Juhani Tolvanen, Peter Sund. The Finnish Internet Police (Nettipoliisi): towards the development of a real cyber police
0 -- 0Samson Yoseph Esayas. The role of anonymisation and pseudonymisation under the EU data privacy rules: beyond the 'all or nothing' approach

Volume 6, Issue 1

0 -- 0Paul Maharg. Editorial: BILETA special issue - technology and legal education
0 -- 0Elizabeth Seul-gi Lee, Anneka Ferguson. The development of the virtual educational space: how transactional online teaching can prepare today's law graduates for today's virtual age
0 -- 0Andrew Douglas Murray. The value of analogue educational tools in a digital educational environment
0 -- 0Paul Maharg. Shared space: regulation, technology and legal education in a global context
0 -- 0Craig John Newbery-Jones. Trying to do the right thing: experiential learning, e-learning and employability skills in modern legal education