Series

Information Technology and Law Series

ISSN: 1570-2782
ISSN 2215-1966 (electronic)

Series Editors:

  • Simone van der Hof, Editor-in-Chief, eLaw (Center for Law and Digital Technologies), Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands
  • Bibi van den Berg, Institute for Security and Global Affairs (ISGA), Leiden University, The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Gloria González Fuster, Law, Science, Technology & Society Studies (LSTS), Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Brussels, Belgium
  • Eleni Kosta, Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT), Tilburg University, Tilburg, The Netherlands
  • Eva Lievens, Faculty of Law, Law & Technology, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium
  • Bendert Zevenbergen, Center for Information Technology Policy, Princeton University, Princeton, USA

Series Information:

The Information Technology & Law Series was an initiative of ITeR, the national programme for Information Technology and Law, which was a research programme set up by the Dutch government and The Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) in The Hague. Since 1995 ITeR has published all of its research results in its own book series.

In 2002 ITeR launched the present internationally-orientated and English-language Information Technology & Law Series. This well-established series deals with the implications of information technology for legal systems and institutions.

Manuscripts and related correspondence can be sent to the Series’ Editorial Office, which will also gladly provide more information concerning editorial standards and procedures.

Editorial Office:

T.M.C. Asser Press
P.O. Box 30461
2500 GL The Hague
The Netherlands
Tel.: +31-70-3420310
e-mail: press@asser.nl

Customary Law of the Internet - In the Search for a Supranational Cyberspace Law
Customary Law of the Internet - In the Search for a Supranational Cyberspace Law
  • 978-90-6704-230-7
  • English
  • Information Technology and Law Series
  • 200701
Coding Regulation - Essays on the Normative Role of Information Technology
Coding Regulation - Essays on the Normative Role of Information Technology
  • 978-90-6704-229-1
  • English
  • Information Technology and Law Series
  • 200609
Cybercrime and Jurisdiction - A Global Survey
Cybercrime and Jurisdiction - A Global Survey
  • 978-90-6704-221-5
  • English
  • Information Technology and Law Series
  • 200606
Regulating Spam - A European Perspective after the Adoption of the E-Privacy Directive
Regulating Spam - A European Perspective after the Adoption of the E-Privacy Directive
  • 978-90-6704-220-8
  • English
  • Information Technology and Law Series
  • 200604
Starting Points for ICT Regulation - Deconstructing Prevalent Policy One-liners
Starting Points for ICT Regulation - Deconstructing Prevalent Policy One-liners
  • 978-90-6704-216-1
  • English
  • Information Technology and Law Series
  • 2006
Unravelling the Myth around Open Source Licences - An Analysis from a Dutch and European Law Perspective
Unravelling the Myth around Open Source Licences - An Analysis from a Dutch and European Law Perspective
  • 978-90-6704-214-7
  • English
  • Information Technology and Law Series
  • 2006
Reasonable Expectations of Privacy? - Eleven Country Reports on Camera Surveillance and Workplace Privacy
Reasonable Expectations of Privacy? - Eleven Country Reports on Camera Surveillance and Workplace Privacy
  • 978-90-6704-198-0
  • English
  • Information Technology and Law Series
  • 2005
Virtual Arguments - On the Design of Argument Assistants for Lawyers and Other Arguers
Virtual Arguments - On the Design of Argument Assistants for Lawyers and Other Arguers
  • 978-90-6704-190-4
  • English
  • Information Technology and Law Series
  • 2005
Electronic Signatures - Authentication Technology from a Legal Perspective
Electronic Signatures - Authentication Technology from a Legal Perspective
  • 978-90-6704-174-4
  • English
  • Information Technology and Law Series
  • 2004
IT Support of the Judiciary - Australia, Singapore, Venezuela, Norway, The Netherlands and Italy
IT Support of the Judiciary - Australia, Singapore, Venezuela, Norway, The Netherlands and Italy
  • 978-90-6704-168-3
  • English
  • Information Technology and Law Series
  • 2004