Law, Norms and Freedoms in Cyberspace
Yves Poullet has not merely served but excelled in all functions of the University world. Whether as professor, researcher, director of a research centre or as dean and rector, he has left a lasting impression in the minds of generations of students, researchers, colleagues and peers. He is a preeminent expert on the law of Internet and Information and Communications Technologies who, already in 1979, pioneered one of the first European research centres in the field.
This volume is a tribute to Yves Poullet from colleagues, friends, former PhD researchers, offering their reflections on the reciprocal influence of law and technology. These contributions highlight both the range of expertise and the extent of the European and international networks he has nourished. They address the three main research axes Yves Poullet has developed through the years: law, norms and freedoms.
The authors of this volume pay homage to a mentor, a friend, but above all to an exceptional researcher who has sown countless seeds in the field, enabling a luxurious landscape to grow and become a source of inspiration for many scholars. This is the heritage of a genuine thinker, a real academic.
|Authors :||Thierry Léonard|
|Date of publication:||2018|
|Number of pages:||799|
|Where to buy:||https://www.larciergroup.com/fr/law-norms-and-freedoms-in-cyberspace-droit-normes-et-libertes-dans-le-cybermonde-2018-9782807903463.html|
|Categories:||Electronic Commerce en Privacy and Personal Data en|