European Journal of Law and Technology – Vol 1, Issue 2

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Papers from Bileta 2010, edited by Erich Schweighofer, comprise this issue:

Chris Marsden European Law and Regulation of Mobile Net Neutrality
Richard Jones Intellectual Property Reform for the Internet Generation. An Accident Waiting to Happen
Maria Daphne Papadopoulou Copyright Limitations and Exceptions in E-Education Environment
Nick Scharf Digital Rights Management and Fair Use

Pauline C. Reich, Stuart Weinstein, Charles Wild & Allan S. Cabanlong Cyber Warfare: A Review of Theories, Law, Policies, Actual Incidents – and the Dilemma of Anonymity

Daniela Tiscornia and Piercarlo Rossi ICT for Networking Research and Education Communities all around Europe: Towards an Ontology-based Model for a Collaborative Platform of European Law .
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The European Journal of Law and Technology (EJLT) has replaced The Journal of
Information, Law and Technology (JILT). The substantive focus remains the same
– a wide ranging interest in technology and law – however we now focus more
on European than International Issues.

EJLT is supported by BILETA, the Law School at Queen’s University and LEFIS.

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