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Research handbook on human rights and digital technology : global politics, law and international relations / edited by Ben Wagner, Matthias C. Kettemann, Kilian Vieth.

Contributor(s): Wagner, Ben | Kettemann, Matthias C | Vieth, Kilian.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: K4345 .R47 2019Series: Research handbooks in human rights: Publication: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, c2019Description: ix, 453 p.ISBN: 9781785367717 (hbk.); 1785367714 (hbk.).Subject(s): Digital communications -- Law and legislation | Information technology -- Law and legislation | Data protection -- Law and legislation | Civil rights
Contents:
Human rights futures for the internet / M.I. Franklin -- There are no rights 'in' cyberspace / Mark Graham -- Beyond national security, the emergence of a digital reason of state(s) led by transnational guilds of sensitive information : the case of the Five Eyes Plus network / Didier Bigo -- Digital copyright and human rights : a balancing of competing obligations, or is there no conflict? / Benjamin Farrand -- Cybersecurity and human rights / Myriam Dunn Cavelty and Camino Kavanagh -- Cybercrime, human rights and digital politics / Dominik Brodowski -- 'This is not a drill' : international law and protection of cybersecurity / Matthias C. Kettemann -- First do no harm : the potential of harm being caused to fundamental rights and freedoms by state cybersecurity interventions / Douwe Korff -- Access to the Internet in the EU : a policy priority, a fundamental, a human right or a concern for eGovernment? / Lina Jasmontaite and Paul de Hert -- Reflections on access to the Internet in Cuba as a human right / Raudiel F. Peña Barrios -- Surveillance reform : revealing surveillance harms and engaging reform tactics / Evan Light and Jonathan A. Obar -- Germany's recent intelligence reform revisited : a wolf in sheep's clothing? / Thorsten Wetzling -- Liability and automation in socio-technical systems / Giuseppe Contissa and Giovanni Sartor -- Who pays? : on artificial agents, human rights and tort law / Tim Engelhardt -- Digital technologies, human rights and global trade? : expanding export controls of surveillance technologies in Europe, China and India / Ben Wagner and Stéphanie Horth -- Policing 'online radicalization' : the framing of Europol's Internet Referral Unit / Kilian Vieth -- When private actors govern human rights / Rikke Frank Jørgensen -- International organizations and digital human rights / Wolfgang Benedek -- Recognizing children's rights in relation to digital technologies : challenges of voice and evidence, principle and practice / Amanda Third, Sonia Livingstone and Gerison Lansdown -- Digital rights of LGBTI communities : a roadmap for a dual human rights framework / Monika Zainieriute.
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Human rights futures for the internet / M.I. Franklin -- There are no rights 'in' cyberspace / Mark Graham -- Beyond national security, the emergence of a digital reason of state(s) led by transnational guilds of sensitive information : the case of the Five Eyes Plus network / Didier Bigo -- Digital copyright and human rights : a balancing of competing obligations, or is there no conflict? / Benjamin Farrand -- Cybersecurity and human rights / Myriam Dunn Cavelty and Camino Kavanagh -- Cybercrime, human rights and digital politics / Dominik Brodowski -- 'This is not a drill' : international law and protection of cybersecurity / Matthias C. Kettemann -- First do no harm : the potential of harm being caused to fundamental rights and freedoms by state cybersecurity interventions / Douwe Korff -- Access to the Internet in the EU : a policy priority, a fundamental, a human right or a concern for eGovernment? / Lina Jasmontaite and Paul de Hert -- Reflections on access to the Internet in Cuba as a human right / Raudiel F. Peña Barrios -- Surveillance reform : revealing surveillance harms and engaging reform tactics / Evan Light and Jonathan A. Obar -- Germany's recent intelligence reform revisited : a wolf in sheep's clothing? / Thorsten Wetzling -- Liability and automation in socio-technical systems / Giuseppe Contissa and Giovanni Sartor -- Who pays? : on artificial agents, human rights and tort law / Tim Engelhardt -- Digital technologies, human rights and global trade? : expanding export controls of surveillance technologies in Europe, China and India / Ben Wagner and Stéphanie Horth -- Policing 'online radicalization' : the framing of Europol's Internet Referral Unit / Kilian Vieth -- When private actors govern human rights / Rikke Frank Jørgensen -- International organizations and digital human rights / Wolfgang Benedek -- Recognizing children's rights in relation to digital technologies : challenges of voice and evidence, principle and practice / Amanda Third, Sonia Livingstone and Gerison Lansdown -- Digital rights of LGBTI communities : a roadmap for a dual human rights framework / Monika Zainieriute.

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