Subject: JILT on The Citizen in the Information Society
From: Emanuella Giavarra (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: pe 06 maalis 1998 - 02:24:58 EET
(Apologies if you receive multiple copies of this notice.)
JILT 1998 (1) Goes OnLine!
It contains a diversity of topics and includes 6 refereed articles
and over 20 other pieces including commentary, IT reviews, book
reviews, conference reports and work in progress.
The highlight of this issue is:
A Special Feature on
The Citizen in the Information Society
consisting of four refereed articles.
Moral Rights and Authors' Rights: The Keys to the Information Age,
Rights and Responsibilities in an Information Society,
by N. Moore.
Access to Government Information: Challenges and Possibilities
by D. W. Schartum
The Citizens' Data Protection,
by P. Blume
The special feature also includes
Ethical and Social Issues in the Information Age
Disconnected: haves and Have-nots in the Information Age
Work In Progress:
Extremism and the Internet(EMAIN)
Also in this issue:
Quarts into Pint Pots? Electronic Law Tutotorials Revisited
by R. Widdison et al
Virtual Words and the Fate of Law,
by A. Zariski
Information Technology and case Management -
by Lord Mark Saville
Year 2000 Solutions for Dummies
Readings in Intellectual Property Law
IT in the Solicitor's Office
Researching the Legal Web
Managing 00: Surviving the Year 2000 Computer Crisis
Solving the Year 2000 Problem
The Computerised Lawyer
Information Technology Law.
IT reviews include The Medico-Legal Library and a review of the Legal
Conferences covered are
Innovation Incentive and Reward, Internet L@w and Tax, JURIX '97 and The
A National Summit to Solve the Problems of Authenticating, Preserving
Information in Digital Form.
Comments and Feedback welcome
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