“The book contains a great deal of interest to stimulate the reader, much that is beyond the scope of this review to touch on.
The quality of writing throughout makes the book a valuable contribution to the ongoing debates about how we regulate technologies and how they regulate us.” – Ian Walden,
Computer and Telecommunications Law Review Vol 16: 2010
“An invaluable resource to any, from the lawyer to the sociologist, philosopher and ethicist, who are interested and recognise the importance of engaging with the ethical, social and legal implications of new emerging technologies
Regulating Technologies will … continue to be referred to due to the spirit in which it has initiated and helped frame and inform discussion.” – Matt James,
“Some of the most perplexing issues are unravelled and explored in this collection of essays...The range of topics covered is impressive
What makes this book so refreshing is that it sidesteps well-rehearsed arguments for improving the scientific basis of policy-making.
Regulating Technologies is not the final word on a topic as kaleidoscope as this, nor does it claim to be, but it is an initial and novel attempt at a systematic and more comprehensive analysis of regulation at the frontiers of modern technology.” – Elen Stokes,
The Modern Law Review Volume 73, No. 4, Jul 2010