Thirty five years after its birth, the review “Informatica e diritto” is going to renew itself both in its columns and methods of choice of the contributions to publish, and in the topics to favour.
The Review, as the readers know, has always given particular attention to the special character of the connection between techniques and law, being such relation the natural place of the topics whom the Review is devoted, “Information Technology and Law” and “Legal Informatics”.
It's an articulated and, at the same time, fascinating connection, that the arrival of Internet, during the late years, has made further complex, submitting it to the attention of the jurists because of the new matters that it has been able to raise.
Purpose of the review is to linger over these matters again, publishing contributions that try to look into the different aspects of the complexity of the connection between Internet and law, in particular between Internet and the old generation rights, changed in their own nature because of the mean through which they are exercised.
Also in the light of the recent discussion caused by the judgement of the Court of Milan in the dispute that has seen charged Google Italia, the opportunity is profitable to inquire into the new scenarios that the web has produced and to which, not so often, the law has been able to adapt.
What is the modern role of the provisions in relation to the technological development? For how long do our legislator think to be able to regulate the technique? Did the new technology probably rise from regulated subject to regulating principle? Did the law stand to the Internet arrival? How did the human rights change? How much did Internet contribute to the spread of the knowledge?
The below listed outlines, on the one hand follow ideally the law, that has tried to adapt to the new technological reality; on the other hand they wish for reflections about the new scenarios created by Internet and even if they do not require to be legally regulated, present anyway many legal consequences.
Human protection in Internet
Right to privacy in Internet
The copyright in Internet
Consumer protection in Internet
The regulation of the Domain Names
The regulation of the Web sites
Legal aspects of the Social Network
Content regulation in Internet
Civil liability in Internet
Internet providers liability
Security in Internet
Relation between web governance and its legal regulation
The deadline for the mailing of the contributions is June, 30 2010; the maximum lenght is 12 pages (download the format) to send to the Secretarial Office (tel. 055 4399604).
For further information please contact the Editorial Board (Redazione della Rivista - 055 4399634).
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