Information Law Series Set

Information Law Series Set

Edited by P. Bernt Hugenholtz
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Kluwer Law International
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Prof. P. Bernt Hugenholtz, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam

Objective & Readership

Publications in the Information Law Series focus on current legal issues of information law and are aimed at scholars, practitioners, and policy makers who are active in the rapidly expanding area of information law and policy.

Introduction & Contents

The advent of the information society has put the field of information law squarely on the map. Information law is the law relating to the production, marketing, distribution, and use of information goods and services. The field of information law therefore cuts across traditional legal boundaries, and encompasses a wide set of legal issues at the crossroads of intellectual property, media law, telecommunications law, freedom of expression, and right to privacy. Recent volumes in the Information Law Series deal with copyright enforcement on the Internet, interoperability among computer pro- grams, harmonization of copyright at the European level, intellectual property and human rights, public broadcasting in Europe, the future of the public domain, conditional access in digital broadcasting, and the ‘three-step test’ in copyright.

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Digital Consumers and the Law. Towards a Cohesive European Framework
Open Source Software and Intellectual Property Rights
Harmonizing European Copyright Law: The Challenges of Better Lawmaking by Mireille van Eechoud, P. Bernt Hugenholtz, Lucie Guibault, Stefan Van Gompel, Natali Helberger
Copyright Enforcement and the Internet
Codification of European Copyright Law. Challenges and Perspectives
Copyright and the Challenge of the New
Media Pluralism and European Law
The Future Of Copyright In A Digital Environment
Copyright and Photographs: An International Survey
Trademark Protection and Freedom of Expression
The Commodification of Information
Information Law Towards The 21st Century
Improving Privacy Protection in the Area of Behavioural Targeting
Copyright, Limitations and the Three-Step Test
Intellectual Property and Human Rights, Enhanced Edition of Copyright and Human Rights by
From Privacy Toward A New Intellectual Prop Right In Persona
Securing Private Communications
The Internet and the Emerging Importance of New Forms of Intellectual Property