Making Laws for Cyberspace Paperback – 4 May 2012
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A clearly structured and well-thought out analysis of effective law-making for cyberspace, which will form the debate on the subject for years to comea must read for anyone interested in how cyberspace should be regulated. (Julia Hörnle, International Journal of Law and Technology)
In fact, one of the strong features of this book is the extensive review of the literature in the field in a condensed and concise manner and synthesizing the main literature in a clear theory. The author has produced a clearly structured and well-thought out analysis of effective law-making for cyberspace, which will form the debate on the subject for years to come. (Julia Hörnle, International Journal of Law and Technology)
This book stands high above the others in this field and Chris Reed is to be congratulated for this achievement. This book is a must read for anyone interested in how cyberspace should be regulated. (Julia Hörnle, International Journal of Law and Technology)
About the Author
Chris Reed is Professor of Electronic Commerce Law at Queen Mary, University of
London. He teaches on a number of Queen Mary's LLM courses in the field, which include Computer
Law, Electronic Commerce Law, and Cyberspace Law. From 1997-2000, Chris was Joint Chairman of
the Society for Computers and Law, and in 1997-8 he acted as Specialist Adviser to the House of
Lords Select Committee on Science and Technology. Chris participated as an Expert at the European
Commission/Danish Government Copenhagen Hearing on Digital Signatures, represented the UK
Government at the Hague Conference on Private International Law, and has been an invited speaker
at OECD and G8 international conferences.
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