[Air-L] SCRIPT-ed December 2007 issue
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The Editorial Board of SCRIPT-ed – A Journal of Law, Technology & Society is pleased to present its 16th issue, which addresses a wide
range of issues emergent from advances in technology, including net neutrality, data protection, free access to legal research, and the
precautionary principle. Additionally, there are pieces on technology-driven alienation and a further contribution to the Taylor-Adams dialogue begun in earlier issues.
SCRIPT-ed is also proud to announce that starting with this issue, all articles will be published under a CC licence by default.
In this issue:
- SCRIPT-ed Redux: New Challenges, New Directions, Shawn H.E. Harmon and Wiebke Abel.
- A Private Law Approach to Privacy; Mandatory Law Obliged? Colette Cuijpers, pp.304-318
- Emerging Global Networks for Free Access to Law: WorldLII’s Strategies, Graham Greenleaf, Philip Chung and Andrew Mowbray.
- Can Article 5.7 of the WTO SPS Agreement be a Model for the Precautionary Principle? Niu Huei-Chih.
- The Protection of Personally Identifiable Information, DeLiang Liu.
- Net Neutrality and Consumer Access to Content, Christopher T Marsden.
- Identity Theft and Systems Theory: The Fraud Act 2006 in Perspective, Anne Savirimuthu and Joseph Savirimuthu.
- Robots Bowling Alone: Evolving Post-Technological Humans, David Koepsell.
- Copyright and Research: A Different Perspective, Jan Velterop.
- Institute of Medicine, Law & Bioethics (IMLAB), Amanda Warren-Jones.
- The Regulatory Challenge of Biotechnology: Human Genetics and Food Patents, by Han Somsen (ed). Reviewed by Kate Getliffe.
- Biotechnology and International Law, by Francesco Francioni and Tullio Scovazzi (eds). Reviewed by Andrea Glorioso.
- Unravelling the Myth around Open Source Licences, by Lucie Guibault and Ot van Daalen. Reviewed by Andres Guadamuz.
- The Troubled Pregnancy: The Legal Wrongs and Rights in Reproduction, by J.K. Mason. Reviewed by Alasdair Maclean.
- New Directions in Copyright Law, by Fiona Macmillan (ed). Reviewed by Daithí Mac Síthigh.
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