"The present volume brings together the contributions presented at the 5th Würzburg Conference on Technology Law on May 5th and 6th, 2017. The event was devoted to legal comparison between Germany/Europe and the USA, and was the prelude to the founding of a German-American working group, which will be specially dedicated to technology law in the United States and Europe"--Preface.
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Includes bibliographical references.
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Introduction: digitization and the law - a European perspective / Eric Hilgendorf Hacking the Internet of things: vulnerabilities, dangers, and legal responses / Sara Sun Beale and Peter Berris Robotics and criminal law. Negligence, diffusion of liability and electronic personhood / Susanne Beck The dilemma of autonomous driving: reflections on the moral and legal treatment of automatic collision avoidance systems / Eric Hilgendorf Criminalizing attacks against information systems in the EU and the impact of the European legal instruments on the Greek legal order / Maria Kaiafa-Gbandi The U.S. Supreme Court's First Amendment refusal to protect children against regarding sexuality explicit speech on the Internet / Mark S. Kende Trust: privacy in the digital age / Ari Ezra Waldman