Journal: Journal of Information, Law and Technology

Volume 7, Issue 3

0 -- 0Rosa Maria Ballardini, Juho Lindman, Inigo F. Ituarte. Co-creation, commercialization and intellectual property - challenges with 3D printing
0 -- 0Paul Maharg, Abhilash Nair. Editorial - Open legal journals in the space of flows: the future of legal journal publication
0 -- 0Elizabeth Anne Kirley. The robot as cub reporter: law's emerging role in cognitive journalism
0 -- 0Adekemi Olufunmilola Omotubora. Comparative perspectives on cybercrime legislation in Nigeria and the UK - a case for revisiting the "hacking" offences under the Nigerian Cybercrime Act 2015
0 -- 0Krzysztof Garstka. Looking above and beyond the blunt expectation: specified request as the recommended approach to intermediary liability in cyberspace
0 -- 0Andrew Mowbray, Philip Chung 0001, Graham Greenleaf. A free access, automated law citator with international scope: the LawCite project
0 -- 0Charles Barker, Claire Sparrow. Technology and presentation skills teaching: activity theory as a tool for the design and evaluation of strategies for the use of video as a learning tool in presentation skills teaching

Volume 7, Issue 2

0 -- 0Guido Noto La Diega, Ian Walden. Contracting for the 'Internet of Things': looking into the Nest
0 -- 0Felipe Romero Moreno, James Griffin. Criminal copyright proposals: are they appropriate in the information era?
0 -- 0Milda Macenaite. Protecting children's privacy online: a critical look to four European self-regulatory initiatives
0 -- 0Abhilash Nair. Editorial

Volume 7, Issue 1

0 -- 0Mark Leiser. AstroTurfing, 'CyberTurfing' and other online persuasion campaigns
0 -- 0Catherine Easton. Editorial: BILETA 2015 Conference Special Issue
0 -- 0Franziska Boehm, Tim Hey, Robert Ortner. How to measure IT security awareness of employees: a comparison to e-mail surveillance at the workplace
0 -- 0Wilson Chow, Michael Ng. Disintermediator or another intermediary? E-simulation platform for professional legal education at University of Hong Kong
0 -- 0Daniel Berger, Charles Wild. Turned on, tuned in, but not dropped out: enhancing the student experience with popular social media platforms