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Introduction to EU Internet Law provides a thorough introduction to the parts of European Union law that are particularly relevant to the Internet, including electronic commerce. In the 10 chapters legal topics are introduced, analysed, discussed and applied to the activities on or relating to the Internet.
This book may serve as a valuable tool for both lawyers, legal academics and students who wish to familiarise themselves with Internet law or update their knowledge. It is also suitable as a general introduction for readers without a legal background as it guides the reader through the legal fields in a way that can also be comprehended by people with skills that are more technological than legal.
Jan Trzaskowski is Professor, Ph.D. at CBS LAW. He has dealt with legal aspects of the Internet since the mid 1990s and his main focus is on legal aspects of media and technology, including in particular privacy and marketing issues.
Andrej Savin is Associate Professor, Ph.D. at CBS LAW. His main research interests lie within information technology law, and in particular Internet governance in the US and in Europe. He concentrates on EU policymaking in the digital single market.
Björn Lundqvist is Associate Professor, LL.D. at CBS LAW and Lund University. He has worked with commercial law and international e-commerce law since the mid 1990s. His major fields of interest are commercial law, international and comparative private law and property law.
Patrik Lindskoug is Associate Professor, LL.D. at Stockholm University. His research focus is on innovation, competition, property and law, and he takes a particular interest in the regulation of the digital economy.
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