Journal: Journal of Information, Law and Technology

Volume 9, Issue 3

0 -- 0James Griffin. Book review: 'Media Law'
0 -- 0Sonia Desmoulin-Canselier, Daniel Le Métayer. Algorithmic Decision Systems in the Health and Justice Sectors: Certification and Explanations for Algorithms in European and French Law
0 -- 0Bart van der Sloot. Legal consistency after the General Data Protection Regulation and the Police Directive
0 -- 0Abhilash Nair. Editorial
0 -- 0Laura Drechsler, Juan Carlos Benito Sánchez. The Price Is (Not) Right: Data Protection and Discrimination in the Age of Pricing Algorithms

Volume 9, Issue 2

0 -- 0Kees van Noortwijk. Assessing the Impact of Legal Publications Building a Legal Citation Index using Automatic Reference Analysis
0 -- 0Jingze Li. Intellectual property licensing tensions: utilising open source software in the formal standard-setting context
0 -- 0David Mangan. Book review: 'Medium Law'
0 -- 0Abhilash Nair, Paul Maharg, James Griffin. Editorial
0 -- 0Andrew Nicholas Cormack. Who can protect Network and Information Security? Fixing the Draft ePrivacy Regulation

Volume 9, Issue 1

0 -- 0Radek Stech. Book review: 'Intellectual Property Rights and Climate Change: Interpreting the TRIPS Agreement for Environmentally Sound Technologies'
0 -- 0Jesus Manuel Niebla Zatarain. A Similarity Assessment in Copyright Works: The Insertion of Intelligent Technology to Provide Certainty to Rights Holders and the Public Sector
0 -- 0Paul Maharg, Abhilash Nair, Catherine Easton. 'The most audacious and specific plan for knowledge, freedom and a better world': Developing radical pathways to free, open journals
0 -- 0Tomruk Ustunkaya. Combating Counterfeiting derived by 3D Printing: Consumer Products
0 -- 0James Griffin, Anabela Susana de Sousa Gonçalves. Editorial: BILETA 2017 Conference Special Issue
0 -- 0Anabela Susana de Sousa Gonçalves. The application of the Brussels I Recast Regulation to wrongful activities online and the delict oriented approach
0 -- 0Joana Covelo Abreu, Alessandra Silveira. Interoperability solutions under Digital Single Market: European e-Justice rethought under e-Governance paradigm