Advances in information security, privacy, and ethics (AISPE) book series.
""This book examines the legal issues and regulations surrounding digital data and how the law applies to online issues such as defamation, cyberbullying, scams, and data protection and privacy. It also explores the legal implications of technologies such as artificial intelligence and blockchain" -- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Chapter 1. Enforceability of contract terms displayed on social media / Gordon Hughes Chapter 2. Digital death: what happens to digital property upon an individual's death / Marita Shelly Chapter 3. A framework for ameliorating risk in Australian university crowdfunding / Jonathan O'Donnell Chapter 4. Reforming Australia's safe harbour for Internet intermediaries: a comparison of horizontal immunity Australia and the USA / Sam Alexander Chapter 5. Use of big data analytics by tax authorities / Brendan Walker-Munro Chapter 6. The regulation of blockchain in Africa: challenges and opportunities / Michael Casparus Laubscher / Muhammed Siraaj Khan Chapter 7. Smart contracts: an overview / Michael Laubscher / Muhammed Siraaj Khan Chapter 8. Robots: regulation, rights, and remedies / Migle Laukyte Chapter 9. Regulating AI / Margaret A. Jackson Chapter 10. A matter of perspective: discrimination, bias, and inequality in AI / Katie Miller.
Digital File Characteristics
Source of Description
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on July 28, 2020).
Available in Other Form
Print version: Legal regulations, implications, and issues surrounding digital data Hershey : Information Science Reference, 2020.