18 July 2017

Special issue published: "Information Law and Ethics"

International Journal of Technology Policy and Law 3(1) 2017.

  • Behind a veil of obscurity - anonymity, encryption, free speech and privacy
  • The State vs. Oscar Pistorius: a critical analysis of media coverage and the court of public opinion
  • Understanding digital piracy through the lens of psychosocial, criminological and cultural factors
  • Awareness and knowledge of cyber ethics by library and information science doctoral students in two Nigerian universities
  • Artificial reproductive technologies and the right to the truth about genetic and biographic origins
  • Sharing is caring vs. stealing is wrong: a moral argument for limiting copyright protection

Additional paper
  • A synthesised approach for antitrust interference in the exercise of SEPs: comparative perspectives from China, USA and EU

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