1. Healthcare is changing. This volume explores patient autonomy and data protection laws in light of developments in modern healthcare systems, particularly ICT in healthcare and personalised medicine. A must-read for every professional active in the field of data protection law, health law, policy development or IT-driven innovation.
    € 120,-

  2. Deze uitgave biedt juridische professionals een kritisch inzicht in een van de potentieel meest disruptieve toepassingen van dit decennium. Het gaat op bevattelijke wijze dieper in op de concepten blockchain en smart contracts, op de impact op het financieel recht, het vennootschapsrecht, het verzekeringsrecht, het auteursrecht, het consumentenrecht en het notariaat en op de gevolgen voor het internationaal privaatrecht.

    € 80,50 € 115,-
  3. Rethinking IT and IP Law

    Verschijnt 1 oktober 2019

    This book is a liber amicorum of the Centre for IT & IP Law (CiTiP). It is published on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Centre for Intellectual Property Rights (CIR) and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT (ICRI) to which it is since 2014 the successor. To celebrate this jubilee, it was decided to publish a book containing contributions from former and current researchers of our centre.

    € 31,50 € 45,-

  4. This book combines theoretical discussions of the concepts at stake and case studies following the relevant developments of ICT and data-driven technologies. Part I sets the scene by considering definitions of security. Part II questions whether and, if so, to what extent the law has been able to regulate the use of ICT and datadriven technologies as a means to maintain, protect or raise security, in search of a balance between security ...
    € 95,-

  5. Practically every organisation in the world processes personal data. European data protection law imposes a series of requirements designed to protect individuals against the risks that result from the processing of their data. It also distinguishes among different types of actors involved in the processing and sets out different obligations for each type of actor. The most important distinction in this regard is the distinction between 'contr...
    € 115,-

  6. States increasingly delegate regulatory and police functions to internet intermediaries. This may lead to interference with the right to freedom of expression. In a time when these issues are of particular relevance, Intermediary liability and freedom of expression in the EU provides the reader with a framework to protect the freedom of expression in an online world.
    € 105,-