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Internet law is a constantly evolving area of law. This is only natural given that the Internet and the technologies (and services) developed and thriving on it are rapidly adding up, transforming, amongst others, the way e-commerce is conducted, intellectual property is created (and utilized) and cyber-crime is committed. These continuous transformations inevitably translate into new legal challenges for policy makers, lawyers and judges who often find technological innovations puzzling, necessitating new breeds of regulation and/or sophisticated application of existing legal rules. In this respect, Internet law is perhaps the most dynamic area of law about which, there is always something new to explore, discuss or address. The European Union (EU) legislator continually adopts new legal frameworks, which could be judged as a frenetic need of intervention to cope with the technological progress. Interventions exist in the fields of cybercrime (cyber-attacks, internet security, online fraud, hate speech, child pornography), e-commerce and online contracts (with emphasis on the protection of consumer), copyright law, data protection, banking services, etc. The last notable interventions from the EU legislators with direct implication to internet law (the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) obviously but also the new Directive on Copyright Law in the digital single market) show that the convergence towards consensus in the field of Internet law becomes increasingly difficult as the economic and societal interests increase. In the new Directive on Copyright Law, a clear opposition was visible between the giant corporations of the internet (sometimes called GAFA), allied to activists militating against internet regulation (such as eff) and copyright rightholders and content creators. This opposition could evolve to a war on information.
|موضوع اصلی||حقوق تجارت|
|موضوع فرعی||حقوق تجارت|
|نویسنده||Tatiana-Eleni Synodinou، Philippe Jougleux، Christiana Markou|
|تعداد صفحه||402 صفحه|