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The Future of Law and eTechnologies

Edited by: Tanel Kerikmae, Addi Rull

ISBN13: 9783319268941
Published: March 2016
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Country of Publication: Switzerland
Format: Hardback
Price: £109.99

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The book opens novel discussions on e-residency, cryptocurrencies, scams, smart contracts, 3D-pringing, software agents, digital evidence and e-governance in the intersection of law, legal policies and modern technologies.

The reader benefits from the cutting-edge analyses that offers ideas and solutions to some of the most pressing issues caused by eTechnologies. This collection is a useful tool for law and IT practitioners and an inspiring source for interdisciplinary research. Besides being a practical guideline, the contribution also reflects theoretical dimension of the future perspectives as new technologies are not there to change common values but to accommodate them.

Information Technology Law
Tanel Kerikmae and Addi Rull, Theorising on Digital Legal (Outer)Space.
Lehte Roots and Costica Dumbrava, E-Citizenship Opportunities in the Changing Technological Environment.
Sandra Sarav and Tanel Kerikmae, E-Residency
A Cyberdream Embodied in a Digital Identity Card?.
Alexander Norta, Katrin Nyman-Metcalf, Anis Ben Othman and Addi Rull, "My Agent will not let me talk to the General"
Software Agents as a Tool Against Internet Scams.
Kaido Kunnapas, From Bitcoin to Smart Contracts
Legal Revolution or Evolution from the Perspective of de lege ferenda?.
Kristi Joamets, Digital Marriage and Divorce
Legality Versus Digital Solutions.
Merit Kolvart, Margus Poola and Addi Rull, Smart Contracts.
Paula-Mai Sepp, Anton Vedeshin and Pawan Dutt, Intellectual Property Protection of 3D Printing Using Secured Streaming.
Maria Claudia Solarte-Vasquez, Natalia Jarv and Katrin Nyman-Metcalf, Usability Factors in Transactional Design and Smart Contracting.
Agnes Kasper and Eneli Laurits, Challenges in Collecting Digital Evidence
A Legal Perspective.