EU Internet Law in the Digital Single Market
With the ongoing evolution of the digital society challenging the boundaries of the law, new questions are arising – and new answers being given – even now, almost three decades on from the digital revolution. Written by a panel of legal specialists and edited by experts on EU Internet law, this book provides an overview of the most recent developments affecting the European Internet legal framework, specifically focusing on four current debates. Firstly, it discusses the changes in online copyright law, especially after the enactment of the new directive on the single digital market. Secondly, it analyzes the increasing significance of artificial intelligence in our daily life. The book then addresses emerging issues in EU digital law, exploring out of the box approaches in Internet law. It also presents the last cyber-criminality law trends (offenses, international instrument, behaviors), and discusses the evolution of personal data protection. Lastly, it evaluates the degree of consumer and corporate protection in the digital environment, demonstrating that now, more than ever, EU Internet law is based on a combination of copyright, civil, administrative, criminal, commercial and banking laws.
|Ausgabe||1st ed. 2021|
|Genre||Recht/Öffentliches Recht, Verwaltungsrecht, Verfassungsprozessrecht|
|Verlag||Springer International Publishing|
|Herausgegeben von||Tatiana-Eleni Synodinou, Philippe Jougleux, Christiana Markou, Thalia Prastitou-Merdi|