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'Notice and staydown' and social media: amending Article 13 of the Proposed Directive on Copyright
This paper critically assesses the compatibility of content recognition and filtering technology or so-called notice and staydown approach with the right of social network platforms and users to a fair trial, privacy and ...
The relationship between dust and [C I] at z = 1 and beyond
Measuring molecular gas mass is vital for understanding the evolution of galaxies at high redshifts (z ≳ 1). Most measurements rely on CO as a tracer, but dependencies on metallicity, dynamics, and surface density lead to ...
Comparing Mutuality and Solidarity in Its Application to Disaster Ethics
(Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature, 2019)
Often it has been observed that in disaster situations, people (including victims) become altruistic and are very willing to listen, obey and act in a manner that would help bring an end to the situation. In this chapter, ...
Inheritance of Digital Media
(Facet Publishing, 2019-01)
Towards Judicial Coordination for Good Water Governance?
This article explores the procedural environmental rights practice of regional human rights and environmental protection systems through a comparative lens (ECHR, IACHR, ACHPR, Aarhus Convention, London protocol on Water ...
Overcoming Troublesome Knowledge in Threshold Concepts Learning: The Case of Theoretical Reasoning in Undergraduate Political Studies
This paper investigates the challenges posed by troublesome knowledge in undergraduate politics learning. Theoretical reasoning is taken as the chief example of troublesome threshold concept in politics, and the problem ...
Défendre les vivants ou les morts ? Controverses sous-jacentes au droit des données post-mortem à travers une perspective comparée franco-américaine
To be on the internet is to exist as a being of data constituting profiles that double the existence of physical individuals and survive them. In the future, the internet is therefore called to contain more post mortem ...
Mutual trust and rights in EU criminal and asylum law: Three phases of evolution and the uncharted territory beyond blind trust
This article examines the evolving relationship of mutual trust and fundamental rights in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. The ECJ has long prioritized the effectiveness of instruments based on mutual trust through ...
Could the doctrine of moral rights be used as a basis for understanding the notion of control within data protection law?
This article considers the notion of individual control of personal data as envisaged by the European data protection framework and makes the argument that it is a poorly-understood and under-developed concept, but that ...