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making laws for cyberspace. chris reed. tomáš abelovský

Making Laws for Cyberspace is a compelling reading, written by a well- known expert. The author of the book, Professor Chris Reed, represents the most significant authority in electronic commerce law at the Queen Mary. University of London. He has a long-standing practice in the field, which in- cludes computer law ...


Cyberspace and the Law of the Horse

Beliefs lawyers hold about computers, and predictions they make about new technolo- gy, are highly likely to be false. This should make us hesitate to prescribe legal adaptations for cyberspace. The blind are not good trailblazers. Dean Casper's remark had a second meaning-that the best way to learn the law applicable to ...


Natural Law Justice in Cyberspace

follows that if we can make sense of justice in Cyberspace using Aquinas, the entire corpus of Natural Law thinking is better placed to confront issues of cyberlaw. Our starting point will be structure of law provided in Questions 90 – 97 of the Summa. Theologicae I-II,. 2 but we shall also draw upon Aquinas's metaphysics of ...


What Larry Doesn't Get: Code, Law, and Liberty in Cyberspace

Mar 1, 1999 ... 1439. What Larry Doesn't Get: Code, Law, and. Liberty in Cyberspace. David G. Post*. Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace is Lawrence Lessig's ambitious attempt to make sense of the new kinds of legal and regulatory problems that cyberspace presents to us. It is built upon the foundational premise that ...


Place and Cyberspace

Mar 5, 2003 ... The Rise of Law in Cyberspace, 48 STAN. L. REV. 1367 (1996); David G. Post, Governing Cyberspace,. 43 WAYNE L. REV. 155, 159 (1996); David G. Post, Anarchy, State, and the Internet: An Essay on. Law-Making in Cyberspace, 1995 J. ONLINE L. art. 3, 34 (1995), at http://www.wm.edu/.


the law of cyber-space

comprehensive Law of Cyber-Space. This analysis is, unfortunately, seriously constrained by the fact that technological advances in cyber-space are hurtling forward at break-neck speed. In fact not a day passes without the discovery of new facts, new dangers, new insecurities. That makes for a highly dynamic situation. As.


Cyber Laws: A Global Perspective

Cyber Laws: A Global Perspective. Manish Lunker [email protected] Introduction. In the today's era of rapid growth, Information technology is encompassing all walks of life all over the world. These technological developments have made the transition from paper to paperless transactions possible. We are now creating ...


Developments in the Law--The Law of Cyberspace

Developments in the Law--The Law of Cyberspace. Robert Bartlett. Berkeley Law . Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarship.law.berkeley.edu/facpubs ... This Article is brought to you for free and open access by Berkeley Law Scholarship Repository. .... Community as Sovereignty - Making and Enforcing Rules .


Perspectives for Cyber Strategists on Law for Cyberwar

able in cyber situations—to a given legal principle is anything but a diffi- cult task. Yet doing so has a direct analogy to the central conundrum faced by military decision makers fighting in more traditional battlespaces— that is, the need to make quick decisions based on imperfect data. Because of the inherent fog of war,8 ...


Governing Networks and Rule-Making in Cyberspace

inclusion in Faculty Scholarship by an authorized administrator of FLASH: The Fordham Law Archive of Scholarship and History. For more information, please contact [email protected] Recommended Citation. Joel R. Reidenberg, Governing Networks and Rule-Making in Cyberspace, 45 Emory L.J. 911 (1996).


The Laws of Cyberspace

Lessig: The Laws of Cyberspace. Draft: April 3, 1998. 4 control. For that, in my view, is the transition we are seeing just now. Now I want to make this argument by using the two intro- ductions that I began with today — the story about Bolshevik. Russia, and the idea about regulation. For they together will sug- gest where ...


Cyberspace Challenges and Law Limitations

Aug 27, 2015 ... backgrounds creating a constant flux based on ingenuity [3]. The rise in security threats generated from the develop- ment of cyberspace has increased the need for tighter laws and regulations. However, the constant transformation and high degree of complexity of cyberspace creates a major barrier for its ...


Making Deals in Cyberspace: What's the Problem ?

E-commerce also holds promise for making trade more inclusive. Hence, some believe that greater cross-border cooperation must disseminate principles promoting e-transactions across borders, and increase uniformity of legal rules governing this space. For those in the latter category, trade agreements have served as an ...


Making Cyberspace Safe for Democracy: The Challenge Posed by

Oct 13, 1998 ... Policy Review by an authorized administrator of Yale Law School Legal Scholarship Repository. For more information, please contact [email protected] edu. Recommended Citation. McLaurin, Joshua (2011) "Making Cyberspace Safe for Democracy: The Challenge Posed by Denial-of-Service Attacks," ...


Internet Regulation and the Role of International Law (PDF, 378.7 KB)

D.R. Johnson/ D. Post, “Law and Borders – The Rise of Law in Cyber- space”, Stanford L. Rev. 48 (1996), 1367 et seq.; D.G. Post, Anarchy,. State, and the Internet: An Essay on Law-Making in Cyberspace (article 3),. 1995 J. Online L. available at [ hereinafter Post, ...


Keeping Up with New Legal Titles*

The Treason Trial of Aaron Burr: Law, Politics, and the Character Wars of the New Nation by. R. Kent Newmyer. Music & Copyright in America: Toward the. Celestial Jukebox by Kevin Parks. The Knockoff Economy: How Imitation Sparks. Innovation by Kal Raustiala and Christopher. Sprigman. Making Laws for Cyberspace ...


Some Implications for the Emergence of Law in Cyberspace

“What, then, is this law business about? It is about the fact that our society is honeycombed with disputes. Disputes actual and potential, disputes to be settled and disputes to be prevented; both appealing to law, both making up the business of law.This doing something about disputes, this doing of it reasonably, is the.


The Law of the Horse

Dec 3, 1999 ... norms, can at least identify underage customers. Self-authentication makes zoning in real space easy. In cyberspace, age is not similarly self-authenticating. Even if the same laws and norms did apply in cyberspace, and even if the constraints of the market were the same (as they are not), any effort to zone ...


Criminal Law in Cyberspace

Aug 21, 2000 ... with creating ex ante barriers to inexpensive ways of carrying out criminal activity. In this Article, this principle-which is generally applicable in criminal law-will be called "cost deterrence." The idea is that law should strive to channel crime into outlets that are more costly to criminals. Cyberspace presents ...


Constitutional Caution The Law of Cyberspace

Recommended Citation. Cass R. Sunstein, "Constitutional Caution The Law of Cyberspace," 1996 University of Chicago Legal Forum 361 (1996). ... I suggest that this casuistical model makes sense for cyberspace.' This is so for two reasons. First, underlying values are in flux and not simple to sort out. There is, for example, ...