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The third edition of Private International Law and the Internet presents a detailed and insightful account of what is emerging as the most crucial and current issue in private international law: the interplay of private international law and the Internet.
The author discusses how the controversial issues that stem from borderless Internet prove to be one of the greatest challenges for private international law and international legal cooperation as both are predicated on the existence of traditional borders that define jurisdictional boundaries.
This book goes on to explain the following four fundamental questions:-
This book focuses on several issues that have far-reaching practical consequences in the Internet context, including the following:-
The book concludes with two model international conventions, one on cross-border defamation and one on cross-border contracts; as well as providing a set of practical check-lists to guide legal practitioners faced with cross-border matters within the discussed fields.
This book ensures access to latest information and research ideas relating to private international law and the Internet – thereby providing a comprehensive and updated study of the complications being faced in this area.