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  Journal of Information, Law and Technology   (United Kingdom)
    became European Journal of Law and Technology (2010-)
  2000, Issue 2
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  • Editorial

  • Refereed Articles
  • Tilting at Windmills - Has the New Data Protection Law failed to make a Significant Contribution to Rights of Privacy?
        David Bainbridge and Graham Pearce
  • Software Utility Models and SMEs
        Philip Leith
  • Habeas Data: The Latin-American response to Data Protection
        Andres Guadamuz
  • Who Holds the Key? - A Comparative Study of US and European Encryption Policies
        Sarah Andrews
  • Tears Shed Over Peer Gynt's Onion: Some Thoughts on the Constitution of Public Legal Information Providers
        Thomas R. Bruce
  • E-commerce and Legal Practice in Scotland: A Benchmark Survey
        K Barton, P Duncan, L-M Ruiz-Nieto,, P McKellar
  • Electronic Commerce and Closed Distribution Networks: Proposals for Solving Legal Problems
        Christophe Collard and Christophe Roquilly
  • Automatic Classification and Intelligent Clustering for WWWeb Information Retrieval Systems
        Paulo Quaresma and Irene P Rodrigues
  • Reconciliation on-line: Reflections and Possibilities
        Siobhan McCann, Graham Greenleaf, Philip Chung, Daniel Austin and Tim Moore

  • Commentaries
  • Keynote address to the BILETA Conference
        Lord Justice Brooke
  • Impermanent Boundaries - Imminent Challenges to Professional Identities and Institutional Competence
        Peter W. Martin
  • A national Law Gateway: Developing SOSIG for the UK Legal Community
        Steven Whittle
  • With a wysh and a Prayer: An Experiment in Cooperative Development of Legal Knowledgebases
        Russell Allen, Graham Greenleaf, Philip Chung, Daniel Austin and Andrew Mowbray

  • Conferences

  • BILETA 2000: World Wide Law
  • BILETA 2000: Conference Report
        Philip Leith

  • Book Reviews
  • 'E-Commerce and the Law' by Ian Lloyd
        Review by John Dickie

  • Information Paper
  • CTI Law Technology Centre: A Retrospective View
        Abdul Paliwala

  • Miscellaneous

  • Current news

  • UK Conferences

  • World Wide Conferences

  • Copyright Notice