Oxford Handbook of Online Intermediary Liability (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
800
Utgivningsdatum
2020-05-04
Utmärkelser
Winner of the IPKAT Intellectual Property Law Book of the Year 2020
Förlag
OUP Oxford
Medarbetare
Frosio, Giancarlo
Dimensioner
249 x 173 x 53 mm
Vikt
1634 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780198837138
Oxford Handbook of Online Intermediary Liability (inbunden)

Oxford Handbook of Online Intermediary Liability

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This book provides a comprehensive, authoritative, and state-of-the-art discussion of fundamental legal issues in intermediary liability online, while also describing advancement in intermediary liability theory and identifying recent policy trends.
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Giancarlo Frosio is an Associate Professor at the Center for International Intellectual Property Studies at Strasbourg University, a Fellow at Stanford Law School CIS and Faculty Associate of the NEXA Center in Turin.

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Part I - Introduction 1: Giancarlo Frosio: Mapping Intermediary Liability Online Part II - Mapping Fundamental Notions 2: Graeme Dinwoodie: Who Are Internet Intermediaries? 3: Jaani Riordan: A Typology of Intermediary Liability 4: Martin Husovec: Remedies First, Liability Second: Or Why We Fail to Agree on Optimal Design of Intermediary Liability? 5: Kristofer Erickson and Martin Kretschmer: Empirical Approaches to Intermediary Liability 6: Mariarosaria Taddeo: The Civic Role of OSPs in Mature Information Societies 7: Christophe Geiger, Giancarlo Frosio, and Elena Izyumenko: Intermediary Liability and Fundamental Rights Part III - Safe Harbors, Liability, and Fragmentation 8: Eric Goldman: An Overview of the United States' Section 230 Internet Immunity 9: J Carlos Lara and Alan Sears: The Impact of Free Trade Agreements on Internet Intermediary Liability Provisions in Latin American Countries 10: Luiz Fernando Marrey Moncau and Diego Werneck Arguelhes: Marco Civil da Internet and Digital Constitutionalism 11: Nicolo Zingales: Intermediary Liability in Africa: Looking Back, Moving Forward? 12: Kylie Pappalardo and Nicolas Suzor: The Liability of Australian Online Intermediaries 13: Kyung Sin Park: From Liability Trap to the World's Safest Harbor: Lessons from China, India, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, and Malaysia 14: Danny Friedmann: Oscillating from Safe Harbor to Liability: Towards Omniscient Intermediaries in China 15: Maria Lilla Montagnani: A New Liability Regime for Illegal Content in the Digital Single Market Strategy Part IV - A Subject-Matter Specific Overview 16: Christina Angelopoulos: Harmonising Intermediary Copyright Liability in the EU 17: Eleonora Rosati: The Direct Liability of Intermediaries 18: Jack Lerner: Secondary Copyright Infringement Liability and User-Generated Content in the United States 19: Frederick Mostert: Intermediary Liability and Online Trademark Infringement: Emerging International Common Approaches 20: Martin Senftleben: Intermediary Liability and Trademark Infringement: Proliferation of Filter Obligations in Civil Law Jurisdictions? 21: Richard Arnold: Intermediary Liability and Trademark Infringement: A Common Law Perspective 22: Valentina Moscon and Reto Hilty: Online Intermediaries as a Vehicle for Unfair Commercial Practices and Trade Secrets Infringement: What Liability within the European Legal Framework? 23: Emily Laidlaw: Notice-and-Notice-Plus: A Canadian Perspective Beyond the Liability and Immunity Divide 24: Tarlach McGonagle: Free Expression and Internet Intermediaries: The Changing Geometry of European Regulation 25: Miquel Peguera: The Right to be Forgotten in Europe: Foundations and Limits 26: Eduardo Bertoni: Right to be...Forgotten? Trends in Latin America after the Belen Case and the Impact of the New European Rules Part V - Intermediary Liability and Online Enforcement 27: Aleksandra Kuczerawy: From 'Notice and Take Down' to 'Notice and Stay Down': Risks and Safeguards for Freedom of Expression 28: Giancarlo Frosio and Sunimal Mendis: Monitoring and Filtering: European Reform or Global Trend? 29: Christophe Geiger and Elena Izyumenko: Blocking Orders: Assessing Tensions with Human Rights 30: Alessandro Cogo and Marco Ricolfi: Administrative Enforcement of Copyright Infringement Online in Europe Part VI - Intermediary Responsibility, Accountability and Private Ordering 31: Giancarlo Frosio and Martin Husovec: Intermediary Accountability and Responsibility 32: Annemarie Bridy: Addressing Infringement: Developments in Content Regulation in the US and the DNS 33: Sergei Hovyadinov: Intermediary Liability in Russia and the Role of Private Business in the Enforcement of State Controls over the Internet 34: Niva Elkin-Koren and Maayan Perel: Guarding the Guardians: Content Moderation by Online Intermediaries and the Rule of Law 35: Ben Wagner: Algorithmic Accountability: Towards Accountable Systems Part VII - Internet Jurisdiction, Extra-territoriality and Liability 36: Dan Svant