London School of Economics · LLB · Internet Law

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Balancing Privacy, Data Protection and Free Speech Online
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These notes introduce two key philosophies underpinning freedom of expression, including freedom of expression online. The US philosophy, 'the marketplace of ideas', envisages minimal governmental intervention in order to preserve freedom of thought, autonomy and democratic speech. The European philosophy allows for governmental content regulation provided certain safeguards are present. Such differing philosophies regarding the relative value of free speech when balanced with other rights and...

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Information Technology Law Notes 2:1/1st Class
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These notes begin by considering fundamental questions regarding the nature, extent and effectiveness of information technology regulation before moving on to consider both how the law has responded to the challenges of information technologies, and the extent to which legal issues have shaped the development of information society policy.

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State Surveillance
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The extent to which state surveillance of electronic communications is permissible has been the subject of much debate since Edward Snowden's revelations in the Summer of 2013. State surveillance raises critical questions about how the balance should be struck between the individual's right to respect for his private and family life, his home and his correspondence and the State's duty to investigate and thwart serious criminal threats. Here, we will examine the legal framework applicable t...

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Children's Rights in the Digital Environment
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The main theme of these notes will be the increasing ‘datafication’ of children online and special attention is given to children’s rights to privacy and data protection. We will then move on to the specific protection for children’s personal data as provided by data protection law. Containing lecture notes, academic discussion and class notes, these notes reflect on how to interpret the GDPR in a children’s rights-inspired manner and what this means in practice.

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Network and Data Sovereignty
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States retain control over how their citizens behave in the online environment through a host of laws and regulatory initiatives. Cyber-paternalism has prevailed in this way. Moreover, the divide between countries on critical matters such as online freedom of expression is not a new issue. However, in recent years States have become more vocal in their ambitions for network and, more commonly, data sovereignty, with China and Russia being two good examples. However, other regional initiatives re...

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Net Neutrality
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Lecture notes, class notes, academic articles and textbook notes. Ideal for exams, coursework and essays. The debate on net neutrality is a debate on the future shape of the internet. It questions whether the internet should remain open and impartial by treating all data packets (irrespective of their content, destination or source) in an identical manner or whether Internet Service Providers (ISPs) can differentiate between data packets when transferring them in order to achieve certain aims ...

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Regulating the Digital Environment
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Lecture notes, textbook notes, academic articles and class notes on regulating the digital environment. From the London School of Economics and Political Science. Notes consider whether it is possible to regulate the information society given its particular characteristics and, if so, how the information society should be regulated. We shall stray from traditional legal analysis into the wider field of governance or regulation to examine how lawmakers, lawyers and others can bring control and...

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