Regulating Etechnologies in the European Union: Normative Realities and Trends (Paperback)
Tanel Kerikm e, Introduction: E-Regulation in the European Union. Normative realities and trends.- Tanel Kerikm e and Pawan Dutt, Conceptualization of emerging legal framework of e-regulation in the European Union.- Katrin Nyman Metcalf, e-Governance in law and by law. The legal framework of e-governance.- lle Madise and Priit Vinkel, Internet voting in Estonia: From constitutional debate to evaluation of experience over six elections.- Addi Rull, Ermo T ks, and Alex Norta, Towards software-agent enhanced privacy protection.- Johan Axhamn, Striking a fair balance between the protection of creative content and the need to foster its dissemination: The challenges posed by internet linking and meta search engines.- Mari M nniko, Intermediary service providers' liability exemptions - Where can we draw the line?.- Kristi Joamets, Civil status registration - More than data collection. EU digital development in promoting the free movement of civil status document.- Agnes Kasper, The fragmented securitization of cyberthreats.- Agnes Kasper, Legal aspects of cyber security in emerging technologies - Smart grids and big data. European answers to security breaches and "common" cybercrime.- Edita Gruodyte and Mindaugas Bilius, Investigating cybercrimes: Theoretical and practical issues.- Maria Claudia Solarte-Vasquez, Reflections on the concrete application of principles of internet governance and the networked information society in the European Union institutionalization process of Alternative Dispute Resolution methods.- Pawan Kumar Dutt and Tanel Kerikm e, Concepts and problems associated with eDemocracy.