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Law of Raw Data

Edited by Jan Bernd Nordemann, Christian Czychowski
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Law of Raw Data

Edited by Christian Czychowski & Jan Bernd Nordemann

About this book:

Law of Raw Data gives an overview of the legal situation across major countries and how such data is contractually handled in practice in the respective countries. In recent years, digital technologies have transformed business and society, impacting all sectors of the economy and a wide variety of areas of life. Digitization is leading to rapidly growing volumes of data with great economic potential. Data, in its raw or unstructured form, has become an important and valuable economic asset, and protection of raw data has become a crucial subject for the intellectual property community. As legislators struggle to develop a settled legal regime in this complex area, this invaluable handbook will offer a careful and dedicated analysis of the legal instruments and remedies, both existing and potential, that provide such protection across a wide variety of national legal systems.

What’s in this book:

Produced under the auspices of the International Association for the Protection of International Property (AIPPI), more than forty active specialists of the association from twenty-three countries worldwide contribute national chapters on the relevant law in their respective jurisdictions. The contributions thoroughly explain how each country approaches such crucial matters as the following:

  • if there is any intellectual property right available to protect raw data;
  • the nature of such intellectual property rights that exist in unstructured data;
  • contracts on data and which legal boundaries stand in the way of contract drafting;
  • liability for data products or services; and
  • questions of international private law and cross-border portability.

Each country’s rules concerning specific forms of data – such as data embedded in household appliances and consumer goods, criminal offence data, data relating to human genetics, tax and bank secrecy, medical records, and clinical trial data – are described, drawing on legislation, regulation, and case law.

How this will help you:

A matchless legal resource on one of the most important raw materials of the twenty-first century, this book provides corporate counsel, practitioners and policymakers working in the field of intellectual property rights, and concerned academics with both a broad-based global overview on emerging legal strategies in the protection of unstructured data and the latest information on existing legislation and regulation in the area.

Publish Date 08/26/2021
Product Line Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9789403532806
SKU 10089725-0001
Table of Contents

About the Editors

List of Contributors

Foreword

Introduction 
Christian Czychowski & Jan Bernd Nordemann

Conflict of Laws Issues 
Dr. Anke Nordemann-Schiffel

Australia 
Gordon Hughes & Courtney White

Belgium 
Thomas Dubuisson, Sophie Lens, Anne Namalie Lhote, Gunther Meyer & Sarah van den Brande

Canada 
Brian W Gray

Chile 
Carmen Paz Alvarez

China
Jinli Liu

Finland 
Elisa Huusko & Kalle Hynönen

France 
Catherine Verneret

Germany 
Luisa Siesmayer & Julia Wagner

Hungary 
Bálint Halász & Péter Sziládi

India 
Neel Mason

Italy 
Giorgio Mondini, Andrea Andolina & Francesca Milani

Japan 
Tsuyoshi Sueyoshi

Republic of Korea 
Hwan Sung Park

The Netherlands 
M.H.L. Hemmer & B.P. Woltering

The Philippines 
Rowanie A. Nakan, Raiza Alexis D. Radoc, Gian Angelo E. Chua & Andrea Y. Alegre

Poland 
Piotr Zawadzki

Russian Federation 
Kamila Blagopoluchnaya

Spain 
María González Gordon & Ricardo Gómez-Barreda de la Gándara

Sweden 
Hans Eriksson

Switzerland 
Luca Dal Molin & Kirsten Wesiak-Schmidt

Taiwan 
Yvonne Lin & Meng-Chin Tsai

United Kingdom 
Toby Bond

United States 
Bret Hrivnak

About The Experts
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