European contract law and theory series ; v. 3.
This volume offers an overview of the interactions between digital technologies and contract law and takes into account the two (late) 2015 EU Commission proposals on digital contracting and digital content.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Digital Dimension as a Challenge to European Contract Law : The Architecture / Stefan Grundmann and Philipp Hacker Digital Contracts in Global Surroundings / Dan Jerker B. Svantesson Regulating Online Platforms : The Case of Airbnb / Vanessa Mak Crowdfunding in Europe / Carmen Estevan De Quesada Terms of Service are Not Contracts : Beyond Contract Law in the Regulation of Online Platforms / Przemyslaw Jacek Pałka E-Commerce Directive, Consumer Transactions, and the Digital Single Market : Questions of Regulatory Fitness, Regulatory Disconnection and Rule Redirection / Roger Brownsword Connected Contracts Reloaded : Smart Contracts as Contractual Networks / Florian Idelberger Silk Road Revisited : Money Transactions Inside the Bitcoin System / Kristoffer Schollin Contracts in the Infosphere / Giovanni Sartor Contracts for the Supply of Digital Content : The Proposal of the Commission for a Directive on Contracts for the Supply of Digital Content / Gerald Spindler Digital Content : A Digital CESL II : A Paradigm for Contract Law Via the Backdoor / Christina Ramberg.
KJE1640 .E978 2018
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