A Legal Method for Solving Issues of Internet Regulation; Applied to the Regulation of Cross-Border Privacy Issues
Title: A Legal Method for Solving Issues of Internet Regulation; Applied to the Regulation of Cross-Border Privacy Issues
Author: SVANTESSON, Dan Jerker B.
Series/Report no.: EUI LAW; 2010/18
This article presents a legal method that can be used to find solutions to the challenges of regulating Internet technology. The method consists of ten steps and the reader is guided through the application of these steps. To illustrate the use of the method, it is applied to the research task of finding a solution to the conundrum of regulating cross-border data flows on the Internet. Thus, the article has two distinct aims, and it should benefit anyone with an interest in research methodology, as well as those interested in the regulation of privacy in general, and on an international level, in particular.
Subject: Legal method; Legal research; ICT law; Internet law; Privacy law; Data protection; Cross-border data flow; Legal method; Legal research; ICT law; Internet law; Privacy law; Data protection; Cross-border data flow
Type of Access: openAccess
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