Communications Law Journal

Journal of Computer, Media and Telecommunications Law

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Frequency: Quarterly
Type: Journal
Format: Print
ISSN: 17467616

Pricing:
£560.00 (1 year)
£1,070.00 (2 years)

 

 

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Communications Law is a well-respected, peer reviewed, quarterly journal covering the broad spectrum of legal issues arising in the telecoms, IT and media industries. Each issue brings you opinion and discussion from the field of communications law.

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•  Editorial comment
•  Coverage of pertinent UK and international issues
•  Authoritative commentary and analysis
•  First-hand experience in the field from a dedicated panel of industry experts

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Contents from previous issues:

Communications Law 27.2 contents:

● EDITORIAL
● IN BRIEF
● ARTICLES
● Roam Like At Home! The mobile phone and the EU consumer market (Dr Sarah Fox)
● The murky waters of the Metaverse: addressing some key legal concerns (Dr Pin Lean Lau)
● CASE NOTES & COMMENTS
● BOOK REVIEWS
● RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

Communications Law 27.1 contents:

● EDITORIAL
● IN BRIEF
● ARTICLES
● On the distinctiveness of press freedom: the case of the social responsibility and privileges of the press (András Koltay)
● Celebrities’ families and privacy: the need for enhanced self-regulatory protection (Dr Gemma Horton)
● CASE NOTES & COMMENTS
● BOOK REVIEW
● RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

Communications Law 26.4 contents:

● EDITORIAL
● IN BRIEF
● ARTICLES
● Why use consumer protection regulation to target misleading representations about privacy? The Australian case against Google (Katharine Kemp)
● Advertising regulation and transparency in influencers’ endorsements on social media (Alexandros Antoniou)
● CASE NOTES & COMMENTS
● BOOK REVIEW
● RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
● INDEX TO VOLUME TWENTY SIX

Communications Law 26.3 contents:

● EDITORIAL
● IN BRIEF
● ARTICLES
● Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v Google: Deterring misleading conduct in digital privacy policies (Jeannie Marie Paterson, Elise Bant and Henry Cooney)
● Practical problems of implementing the new AVMSD provisions on video-sharing platforms (Zsuzsa Detrekoi)
● CASE NOTES & COMMENTS
● BOOK REVIEWS
● RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

Communications Law 26.2 contents:

● EDITORIAL
● IN BRIEF
● ARTICLES
● Regulating disinformation and misinformation during a pandemic 
(Dr Patrick O'Sullivan)
● Development or dystopia? An introduction to the accountability challenges of data processing by Facial Recognition Technology (Natalia Menéndez González)
● A ‘human-centric and lifecycle approach’ to legal responsibility for AI
(Ozlem Ulgen)
● CASE NOTES & COMMENTS
● BOOK REVIEW
● RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

Communications Law 26.1 contents:

● EDITORIAL
● IN BRIEF
● ARTICLES
● Artificial intelligence impacts: a business and human rights approach
(Robert McCorquodale and Melanie Tse)
● European patent policy levers in the software industry (Maurice Schellekens)
● CASE NOTES & COMMENTS
● BOOK REVIEW
● RECENT DEVELOPMENTS