European Journal of Law and Technology

 

The European Journal of Law and Technology(EJLT) is a REFEREED open access journal focusing on issues of law and technology in a European context.

EJLT was previously published as The Journal of Law, Information and Technology (JILT) which issues are available here.


Vol 4, No 3 (2013)

Table of Contents

Refereed Articles

On the Applicability of the Common European Sales Law to some Models of Cloud Computing Services HTML
Clarice Castro, Chris Reed, Ruy de Queiroz
Open Content Licenses Without Representation: Can You Give Away More Rights Than You Have? HTML
Melanie Dulong de Rosnay
Open data as the standard for Europe? A critical analysis of the European Commission’s proposal to amend the PSI Directive HTML
Katleen Janssen, Sara Hugelier
The Case for Regulating Quality within Computer Security Applications HTML
Roksana Moore
Copyright and Movements of Access: Business is Business, but Friends are Friends HTML
Angela Kretschmann
Information and Intermediation, Abuse of Dominance and Internet ‘Neutrality’: ‘Updating’ Competition Policy under the Digital Single Market and the Google Investigations(?) HTML
Andreas Theodoros Themelis
A pilot study of virtual cases in law education HTML
Uno GH Fors, Åsa Skoglund

Commentaries

Content production and perception of copyright: an analysis of habits and beliefs of internet users HTML
Simone Aliprandi, Andrea Mangiatordi


ISSN: 2042-115X