Secure Digitalisation
– Nordic Yearbook of Law and Informance 2016-2018
   
 
Författare:Holm Cyril
Titel:Secure Digitalisation – Nordic Yearbook of Law and Informance 2016-2018
Utgivningsår:2019
Omfång:201 sid.
Förlag:Poseidon
ISBN:9789198538700
Serie:Skrifter utgivna av Juridiska fakulteten i Stockholm nr. 86
Ämnesord:IT-rätt

Pris: 349 SEK exkl. moms
The Nordic Yearbook of Law and Informance is a manifestation of a collaboration among colleagues from the Nordic countries This co-operation has defined the field since its inception and it continues to thrive. The first volume in this was published in 1984, and the contributions in this yearbook document the XXXI Nordic Conference on Law and IT held in Stockholm 2016, arranged by the Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute.

The overall theme of the conference was Secure Digitalisation, and the articles in this yearbook derive from sessions on:
- Strategies for secure digitalisation including legal protection, technical mechanisms, deterrence and power
- Compliance, automation and monitoring
- Privacy and surveillance in the post-Snowden era
- Remedies for the future

In addition to the documentation of the conference, this volume highlights some of the struggles that legislators grapple with in the process of keeping up with the technological change and its impact on society. Included are summaries of a number of Swedish Government Reports addressing regulatory issues in various fields affected by technology. The selection refects regulative initiatives concerning research, regulation of automated vehicles, integrity, and governance.

Contents:

- Protection of databases
Johan Axhamn

- Legal Implications of Data Mining
Liane Colonna

- Programmed Counter Compliance
Chong Ee

- Black Box Decision-Making Systems in the Role of the Law
Stanley Greenstein

- Territoriality in International Property Law
Lydia Lundstedt

- Artificial Intellegence and Law: An example of Automatic Legal Advice
Taras Låvenberg

- The Role of Research for Secure Digitalisation
Katrin Nyman Metcalf

- The CJEU Judgment in Ranks and Vasilevics: You Can Buy a License, but Will a Copy Follow?
Liliia Oprysk

- Intellegence Data Protection Legislation: A Procedural Approach
Dag Wiese Schartum

- Similar Regulative Challenges across Jurisdictions in Relation to Blockchain and DLT Technology
Anne Veerpalu
 
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