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The Resource The Oxford handbook of law, regulation and technology, edited by Roger Brownsword, Professor of Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London and Bournemouth University; Eloise Scotford, Professor of Environmental Law, University College London; Karen Yeung, Professor of Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law, and Director, Centre for Technology, Ethics, Law & Society (TELOS), King's College London and Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Melbourne Law School

The Oxford handbook of law, regulation and technology, edited by Roger Brownsword, Professor of Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London and Bournemouth University; Eloise Scotford, Professor of Environmental Law, University College London; Karen Yeung, Professor of Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law, and Director, Centre for Technology, Ethics, Law & Society (TELOS), King's College London and Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Melbourne Law School

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The Oxford handbook of law, regulation and technology
Title
The Oxford handbook of law, regulation and technology
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edited by Roger Brownsword, Professor of Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London and Bournemouth University; Eloise Scotford, Professor of Environmental Law, University College London; Karen Yeung, Professor of Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law, and Director, Centre for Technology, Ethics, Law & Society (TELOS), King's College London and Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Melbourne Law School
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Summary
This handbook collates the many and varied strands of this scholarship, focusing broadly across a range of new and emerging technology and a vast array of social and policy sectors, through which leading scholars in the field interrogate the interfaces between law, emerging technology, and regulation. Structured in five parts, the handbook (I) establishes the collection of essays within existing scholarship concerned with law and technology as well as regulatory governance; (II) explores the relationship between technology development by focusing on core concepts and values which technological developments implicate; (III) studies the challenges for law in responding to the emergence of new technologies, examining how legal norms, doctrine and institutions have been shaped, challenged and destabilized by technology, and even how technologies have been shaped by legal regimes; (IV) provides a critical exploration of the implications of technological innovation, examining the ways in which technological innovation has generated challenges for regulators in the governance of technological development, and the implications of employing new technologies as an instrument of regulatory governance; (V) explores various interfaces between law, regulatory governance, and new technologies across a range of key social domains
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DLC
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illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
K487.T4
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O94 2017
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non fiction
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bibliography
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1978-
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  • Brownsword, Roger
  • Scotford, Eloise
  • Yeung, Karen
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Oxford handbooks
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  • Technology and law
  • Technology and law
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The Oxford handbook of law, regulation and technology, edited by Roger Brownsword, Professor of Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London and Bournemouth University; Eloise Scotford, Professor of Environmental Law, University College London; Karen Yeung, Professor of Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law, and Director, Centre for Technology, Ethics, Law & Society (TELOS), King's College London and Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Melbourne Law School
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Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Identity
  • Audience constructions, reputations, and emerging media technologies : new issues of legal and social policy
  • Nora A. Draper and Joseph Turow
  • Water, energy, and technology : the legal challenges of interdependencies and technological limits
  • Robin Kundis Craig
  • Technology wags the law : how technological solutions changed the perception of environmental harm and law
  • Victor B. Flatt
  • Novel foods and risk assessment in Europe : seperating science from society
  • Robert Lee
  • Carbon capture and storage
  • Richard Macrory
  • Thomas Baldwin
  • Nuisance law, regulation, and the invention of prototypical pollution abatement technology : 'voluntarism' in common law and regulation
  • Benjamin Pontin
  • The
  • Common good
  • Donna Dickerson
  • Law, responsibility, and the sciences behind the brain/mind
  • Stephen J. Morse
  • Human dignity and the ethics of regulation and technology
  • Marcus Düwell
  • Human rights and human tissue : the case of sprem as property
  • Law, regulation and technology : the field, frame and focal questions
  • Morag Goodwin
  • Legal evolution in response to technological change
  • Gregory N. Mandel
  • Law and technology in civil judicial procedures
  • Francesco Contini and Antonio Cordella
  • Conflict of laws and the Internet
  • Uta Kohl
  • Technology and the American Constitution
  • O. Carter Snead and Stephanie A. Maloney
  • Contract law and the challenges of computer technology
  • Roger Brownsword, Eloise Scotford, and Karen Yeung
  • Stephen Waddams
  • Criminal law and the evolving technological understanding of behaviour
  • Lisa Claydon
  • Imagining technology and environmental law
  • Elizabeth Fisher
  • From improvement towards enhancement : a regenesis of EU environmental law at the dawn of the Anthropocene
  • Han Somsen
  • Parental responsibility, hyper-parenting, and the role of technology
  • Jonathan Herring
  • Human rights and human technologies
  • Law, liberty and technology
  • Giovanni Sartor
  • The
  • Coexistence of copyright and patent laws to protect innovation : a case study of 3D printing in UK and Australian law
  • Dinusha Mendis, Jane Nielsen, Dianne Nicol, and Phoebe Li
  • Regulating workplace technology : extending the agenda
  • Tonia Novitz
  • Public international law and the regulation of emerging technologies
  • Rosemary Rayfuse
  • Torts and technology
  • Jonathan Morgan
  • Roger Brownsword
  • Tax law and technological change
  • Arthur J. Cockfield
  • Regulating in fthe face of sociotechnological change
  • Lyria Bennett Moses
  • Hacking metaphors in the anticipatory governance of emerging technology : the case of regulating robots
  • Meg Leta Jones and Jason Millar
  • The
  • Legal institutionalization of public participation in the EU governance of technology
  • Maria Lee
  • Precaution in the governance of technology
  • Equality : old debates, new technologies
  • Andrew Stirling
  • The
  • Role of non-state actors and institutions in the governance of new and emerging digital technologies
  • Mark Leiser and Andrew Murray
  • Automatic justice? : technology, crime, and social control
  • Amber Marks, Benjamin Bowling, and Colman Keenan
  • Surveillance theory and its implications for law
  • Tjerk Timan, Mas̆a Galĭc, and Bert-Jaap Koops
  • Hardwiring privacy
  • Lee A. Bygrave
  • Jeanne Snelling and John McMillan
  • Data mining as global governance
  • Fleur Johns
  • Solar climate engineering, law, and regulation
  • Jesse L. Reynolds
  • Are human biomedical interventions legitimate regulatory policy instruments?
  • Karen Yeung
  • Challenges from the future of human enhancement
  • Nicholas Agar
  • Race and the law in the genomic age : a problem for equal treatment under the law
  • Robin Bradley Kar and John Lindo
  • Liberal democratic regulation and technological advance
  • New technologies, old attitudes, and legislative rigidity
  • John Harris and David R. Lawerence
  • Transcending the myth of law's stifling technological innovation : how adaptive drug licensing processes are maintaining legitimate regulatory connections
  • Bärbel Dorbeck-Jung
  • Human Rights in technological times
  • Thérèse Murphy
  • Population, reproduction, and family
  • Sheila A.M. McLean
  • Reproductive technologies and the search for regulatory legitimacy : fuzzy lines, decaying consensus, and intractable normative problems
  • Colin Gavaghan
  • Tom Sorell and Jonn Guelke
  • Technology and the law of international trade regulation
  • Thomas Cottier
  • Trade, commerce, and employment : the evolution of the form and regulation of the employment relationship in response to the new information technology
  • Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt
  • Crime, security, and information communication technologies : the changing cybersecurity threat landscape and its implications for regulation and policing
  • David S. Wall
  • Debating autonomous weapons systems, their ethics, and their regulation under international law
  • Kenneth Anderson and Matthew C. Waxman
  • Genetic engineering and biological risks : policy formation and regulatory response
  • Filippa Lentzos
Control code
1000438545
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
First edition
Extent
xviii, 1339 pages
Isbn
9780199680832
Lccn
2017939157
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1000438545
Label
The Oxford handbook of law, regulation and technology, edited by Roger Brownsword, Professor of Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London and Bournemouth University; Eloise Scotford, Professor of Environmental Law, University College London; Karen Yeung, Professor of Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law, and Director, Centre for Technology, Ethics, Law & Society (TELOS), King's College London and Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Melbourne Law School
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Identity
  • Audience constructions, reputations, and emerging media technologies : new issues of legal and social policy
  • Nora A. Draper and Joseph Turow
  • Water, energy, and technology : the legal challenges of interdependencies and technological limits
  • Robin Kundis Craig
  • Technology wags the law : how technological solutions changed the perception of environmental harm and law
  • Victor B. Flatt
  • Novel foods and risk assessment in Europe : seperating science from society
  • Robert Lee
  • Carbon capture and storage
  • Richard Macrory
  • Thomas Baldwin
  • Nuisance law, regulation, and the invention of prototypical pollution abatement technology : 'voluntarism' in common law and regulation
  • Benjamin Pontin
  • The
  • Common good
  • Donna Dickerson
  • Law, responsibility, and the sciences behind the brain/mind
  • Stephen J. Morse
  • Human dignity and the ethics of regulation and technology
  • Marcus Düwell
  • Human rights and human tissue : the case of sprem as property
  • Law, regulation and technology : the field, frame and focal questions
  • Morag Goodwin
  • Legal evolution in response to technological change
  • Gregory N. Mandel
  • Law and technology in civil judicial procedures
  • Francesco Contini and Antonio Cordella
  • Conflict of laws and the Internet
  • Uta Kohl
  • Technology and the American Constitution
  • O. Carter Snead and Stephanie A. Maloney
  • Contract law and the challenges of computer technology
  • Roger Brownsword, Eloise Scotford, and Karen Yeung
  • Stephen Waddams
  • Criminal law and the evolving technological understanding of behaviour
  • Lisa Claydon
  • Imagining technology and environmental law
  • Elizabeth Fisher
  • From improvement towards enhancement : a regenesis of EU environmental law at the dawn of the Anthropocene
  • Han Somsen
  • Parental responsibility, hyper-parenting, and the role of technology
  • Jonathan Herring
  • Human rights and human technologies
  • Law, liberty and technology
  • Giovanni Sartor
  • The
  • Coexistence of copyright and patent laws to protect innovation : a case study of 3D printing in UK and Australian law
  • Dinusha Mendis, Jane Nielsen, Dianne Nicol, and Phoebe Li
  • Regulating workplace technology : extending the agenda
  • Tonia Novitz
  • Public international law and the regulation of emerging technologies
  • Rosemary Rayfuse
  • Torts and technology
  • Jonathan Morgan
  • Roger Brownsword
  • Tax law and technological change
  • Arthur J. Cockfield
  • Regulating in fthe face of sociotechnological change
  • Lyria Bennett Moses
  • Hacking metaphors in the anticipatory governance of emerging technology : the case of regulating robots
  • Meg Leta Jones and Jason Millar
  • The
  • Legal institutionalization of public participation in the EU governance of technology
  • Maria Lee
  • Precaution in the governance of technology
  • Equality : old debates, new technologies
  • Andrew Stirling
  • The
  • Role of non-state actors and institutions in the governance of new and emerging digital technologies
  • Mark Leiser and Andrew Murray
  • Automatic justice? : technology, crime, and social control
  • Amber Marks, Benjamin Bowling, and Colman Keenan
  • Surveillance theory and its implications for law
  • Tjerk Timan, Mas̆a Galĭc, and Bert-Jaap Koops
  • Hardwiring privacy
  • Lee A. Bygrave
  • Jeanne Snelling and John McMillan
  • Data mining as global governance
  • Fleur Johns
  • Solar climate engineering, law, and regulation
  • Jesse L. Reynolds
  • Are human biomedical interventions legitimate regulatory policy instruments?
  • Karen Yeung
  • Challenges from the future of human enhancement
  • Nicholas Agar
  • Race and the law in the genomic age : a problem for equal treatment under the law
  • Robin Bradley Kar and John Lindo
  • Liberal democratic regulation and technological advance
  • New technologies, old attitudes, and legislative rigidity
  • John Harris and David R. Lawerence
  • Transcending the myth of law's stifling technological innovation : how adaptive drug licensing processes are maintaining legitimate regulatory connections
  • Bärbel Dorbeck-Jung
  • Human Rights in technological times
  • Thérèse Murphy
  • Population, reproduction, and family
  • Sheila A.M. McLean
  • Reproductive technologies and the search for regulatory legitimacy : fuzzy lines, decaying consensus, and intractable normative problems
  • Colin Gavaghan
  • Tom Sorell and Jonn Guelke
  • Technology and the law of international trade regulation
  • Thomas Cottier
  • Trade, commerce, and employment : the evolution of the form and regulation of the employment relationship in response to the new information technology
  • Kenneth G. Dau-Schmidt
  • Crime, security, and information communication technologies : the changing cybersecurity threat landscape and its implications for regulation and policing
  • David S. Wall
  • Debating autonomous weapons systems, their ethics, and their regulation under international law
  • Kenneth Anderson and Matthew C. Waxman
  • Genetic engineering and biological risks : policy formation and regulatory response
  • Filippa Lentzos
Control code
1000438545
Dimensions
26 cm
Edition
First edition
Extent
xviii, 1339 pages
Isbn
9780199680832
Lccn
2017939157
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)1000438545

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