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The Resource Digital revolution - new challenges for law : data protection, artificial intelligence, smart products, blockchain technology and virtual currencies, edited by Alberto De Franceschi, Reiner Schulze ; co-edited by Michele Graziadei [and 4 others]

Digital revolution - new challenges for law : data protection, artificial intelligence, smart products, blockchain technology and virtual currencies, edited by Alberto De Franceschi, Reiner Schulze ; co-edited by Michele Graziadei [and 4 others]

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Digital revolution - new challenges for law : data protection, artificial intelligence, smart products, blockchain technology and virtual currencies
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Digital revolution - new challenges for law
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data protection, artificial intelligence, smart products, blockchain technology and virtual currencies
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edited by Alberto De Franceschi, Reiner Schulze ; co-edited by Michele Graziadei [and 4 others]
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eng
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  • De Franceschi, Alberto
  • Schulze, Reiner
  • Graziadei, Michele
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  • Computers
  • Data protection
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Consumer goods
  • Blockchains (Databases)
  • Digital currency
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Blockchains (Databases)
  • Computers
  • Consumer goods
  • Data protection
  • Digital currency
  • European Union countries
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Digital revolution - new challenges for law : data protection, artificial intelligence, smart products, blockchain technology and virtual currencies, edited by Alberto De Franceschi, Reiner Schulze ; co-edited by Michele Graziadei [and 4 others]
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Papers from a conference that took place in Mogliano Veneto, Italy, on 19 and 20 April 2018 organized by the ELI Digital Law SIG
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Includes bibliographical references
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PART 1. NEW CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES. Digital revolution -- new challenges for law : introduction / De Franceschi/Schulze -- Personal autonomy and the digital revolution / Graziadei -- PART 2. DIGITAL ECONOMY AND THE DISRUPTION OF TRADITIONAL CONCEPTS. Legal challenges of the changing role of personal and non-personal data in the data economy / Drexl -- The ALI-ELI principles for a data economy / Wendehorst -- Towards fairness and transparency in the platform economy? : a first look at the P2B Regulation / Busch -- PART 3. THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA. Consent for the processing of personal data and its relationship to contract / Schmidt-Kessel -- The data protection officer ("DPO") / Fauvarque-Cosson -- Digital inheritance / Resta -- PART 4. BIG DATA, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE LIABILITY FOR PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA. Individual human autonomy : the rule of law v. the rules of smart technologies and their inherent manipulations / Graf von Westphalen -- Information "truth" and digital solidarity / Sica/Giannone Codiglione -- Certification mechanisms and liability rules under the GDPR : when the harmonisation becomes unification / Riccio/Pezza -- The right to compensation for breach of data protection provisions in the EU context / Riente -- PART 5. LIABILITY FOR DIGITAL PRODUCTS. Risk allocation and liability regimes in the IoT / Mezzanotte -- Autonomous vehicles' liability : need for change? / Patti -- Protecting the values of consumer law in the digital economy : the case of 3D-printing / Howells/Twigg-Flesner/Willett -- PART 6. THE APPROACH OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. A system of governance for artificial intelligence through the lens of emerging intersections between AI and EU law / Mazzini -- PART 7. BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY, SMART CONTRACTS AND VIRTUAL CURRENCIES. Smart contracts : do we need new legal rules? / Weber -- Legal boundaries of blockchain technologies : smart contracts as self-help? / Möslein -- The payment with Bitcoins and other virtual currencies : risks, liabilities and regulatory responses / Barrière -- PART 8. CONCLUDING REMARKS. Digital revolution -- new challenges for law : final remarks / van Erp
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25 cm
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XVII, 343 pages
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9783406743870
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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  • 9783406743870
  • 9783848761944
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(OCoLC)1125154290
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Digital revolution - new challenges for law : data protection, artificial intelligence, smart products, blockchain technology and virtual currencies, edited by Alberto De Franceschi, Reiner Schulze ; co-edited by Michele Graziadei [and 4 others]
Publication
Copyright
Note
Papers from a conference that took place in Mogliano Veneto, Italy, on 19 and 20 April 2018 organized by the ELI Digital Law SIG
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
PART 1. NEW CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES. Digital revolution -- new challenges for law : introduction / De Franceschi/Schulze -- Personal autonomy and the digital revolution / Graziadei -- PART 2. DIGITAL ECONOMY AND THE DISRUPTION OF TRADITIONAL CONCEPTS. Legal challenges of the changing role of personal and non-personal data in the data economy / Drexl -- The ALI-ELI principles for a data economy / Wendehorst -- Towards fairness and transparency in the platform economy? : a first look at the P2B Regulation / Busch -- PART 3. THE PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA. Consent for the processing of personal data and its relationship to contract / Schmidt-Kessel -- The data protection officer ("DPO") / Fauvarque-Cosson -- Digital inheritance / Resta -- PART 4. BIG DATA, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND THE LIABILITY FOR PROCESSING PERSONAL DATA. Individual human autonomy : the rule of law v. the rules of smart technologies and their inherent manipulations / Graf von Westphalen -- Information "truth" and digital solidarity / Sica/Giannone Codiglione -- Certification mechanisms and liability rules under the GDPR : when the harmonisation becomes unification / Riccio/Pezza -- The right to compensation for breach of data protection provisions in the EU context / Riente -- PART 5. LIABILITY FOR DIGITAL PRODUCTS. Risk allocation and liability regimes in the IoT / Mezzanotte -- Autonomous vehicles' liability : need for change? / Patti -- Protecting the values of consumer law in the digital economy : the case of 3D-printing / Howells/Twigg-Flesner/Willett -- PART 6. THE APPROACH OF THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. A system of governance for artificial intelligence through the lens of emerging intersections between AI and EU law / Mazzini -- PART 7. BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY, SMART CONTRACTS AND VIRTUAL CURRENCIES. Smart contracts : do we need new legal rules? / Weber -- Legal boundaries of blockchain technologies : smart contracts as self-help? / Möslein -- The payment with Bitcoins and other virtual currencies : risks, liabilities and regulatory responses / Barrière -- PART 8. CONCLUDING REMARKS. Digital revolution -- new challenges for law : final remarks / van Erp
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
XVII, 343 pages
Isbn
9783406743870
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
  • 9783406743870
  • 9783848761944
System control number
(OCoLC)1125154290

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