Articles from Policy & Internet

Public policy responses to cybercrime: a new special issue from Policy and Internet

While ‘cybercrime’ can be used to describe a range of undesirable conduct facilitated by networked technologies, it is not a legal term of art, and many so-called cybercrimes are not necessarily crimes as far as the criminal law is concerned …
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Personal data protection vs the digital economy? OII policy forum considers our digital footprints

The fact that data collection is now so routine and so extensive should make us question whether the regulatory system governing data collection, storage and use is fit for purpose …
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Last 2010 issue of Policy and Internet just published (2,4)

We are pleased to present seven articles, all of which focus on a substantive public policy issue arising from widespread use of the Internet …
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New issue of Policy and Internet (2,3)

We are pleased to present five articles focusing on substantive public policy issues arising from widespread use of the Internet …
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Internet, Politics, Policy 2010: Political Participation and Petitioning

ePetitions are an interesting research object because not only is petitioning a rather popular political participation activity offline but also online …
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New issue of Policy and Internet (2,2)

We are pleased to present six articles which investigate the role of the Internet in a wide range of policy processes and sectors …
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New issue of Policy and Internet (2,1)

We are pleased to present six articles that spread across the scope of the journal laid out in the first article of the first issue, The Internet and Public Policy …
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