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Computer and Telecommunications Law Review
Computer and Telecommunications Law Review
ISSN: 1357-3128
Published by: Sweet & Maxwell
Last Release: Aug 2018 / Next Release: Oct 2018
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Computer and Telecommunications Law Review analyses and reports on legal and regulatory developments in the IT and telecommunications industries. It includes:
  • A news service from a network of international correspondents providing coverage of significant cases and changes in legislation throughout the world
  • Articles and case analyses written by leading practitioners providing in-depth discussion of current issues relating to case law and regulation
  • Opinion section offers occasional personal views of current topics intended to provoke thought
  • Law Technology section examining the language of technology in the legal environment
  • Special Briefings examining key current topics in greater depth

Subjects which the review has been covering include:
  • United States data protection regulation
  • EC Computing, telecommunications and related measures?
  • The mobile phone patent wars
  • Offering a mobile payments account across the EU?- Spam and Cookies:
  • Legal responsibilities on unsolicited electronic mail and cookies in the UK
  • Software – Contract and Breach of Contract in the USA

Themes for the forthcoming issues include the following:
  • Legal Issues for the “Internet of Things”: Data Security and Privacy / Data collection / Bandwidth / Copyright / Physical Safety
  • Facebook Schrems decision in Ireland
  • Cybersecurity
  • Brexit and the impact of the GDPR

Include: Opinions. Articles. Case comments. Special Briefings. Book reviews.
The Editorial Board welcome contributions. All material should be submitted by email attachment, in Word, to kristiina.kojamo@tr.com
Michele Rennie, General Editor
Computalaw, Edinburgh and London

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