A new anthology, co-edited by Matthias C. Kettemann, explores how law regulates our digital future and how digital developments influence law. It is available as an open access publication from Routledge.
The anthology is the first serious attempt to describe the interplay of law and digitality across disciplines and continents. It compares six different areas of law that are particularly affected by digital developments, namely the laws governing consumer contracts, data protection, the media, financial markets, criminal acts and intellectual property. By comparing how these very different areas of law have developed in relation to cross-border online situations, the book looks at whether the law of global digitality is indeed special and, if so, what features it has in the different areas of law.
The anthology includes the chapter written by HBI researchers Stephan Dreyer
, Matthias C. Kettmann
, Wolfgang Schulz
and Theresa Josephine Seipp
: European Media Law inTimes of Digitality.
Kettemann, M.C., Peukert, A., & Spiecker gen. Döhmann, I. (eds.). (2022). The Law of Global Digitality. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003283881