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Cyberspace : Who’s (Should Be) the King of the Castle?
A consideration of who should be responsible for managing cyberspace.
The Fraud Act 2006 : The E-crime Prosecutor’s Champion or the Creator of a New Inchoate Offence?
An analysis of whether the Fraud Act 2006 is sufficently rebust to be able to tackle the challenges of e-crime
The Copyright Clink Conundrum : Is Chan Nai-Ming the Modern Day Josef K.?
A study of the plight of the unfortunate3 Mr Chan Nai-Ming of Hong Kong leads the authors to conclude that a by-product of the digital age is the increasing criminalisation of copyright law. Increasingly, there is a worldwide ...
Still a Spam-a-Lot nation?
Considers recent case law in relation to unsolicited marketing emailing.
Who gives a Triple-X about Triple-X?
An analysis of the legal and political implications of the initial refusal of ICANN to introduce the top-level .xxx domain name.
The Early Ground Offensives in Internet Governance
This article highlights the political and legal implications of the Internet governance debate.