Space for Law

The creation of the Internet was dissociate from state norms. At the time, it was considered a world free of the structures of power of the States or of the rules that the Law imposed. This position is clear in John Perry Barlow’s Declaration of Independence of Cyberspace, which also presents the idea of the…

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Autonomous Cars: Challenges and Perspectives

One of the most promising and potentially disruptive technologies of our decade is that of autonomous cars, or self-driving cars. News regarding innovations, ethical dilemmas or even the first accidents involving autonomous cars have taken over specialized media. Gartner Inc., a consulting company focused on information technology that develops yearly reports on new technological trends,…

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What is the role of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on regulating the Internet?

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has been performing an active role in regulating internet and technology companies in recent years. It has been judging several cases related to key issues, such as personal data, privacy and sharing economy. Explaining briefly, the CJEU is an judicial authority of the European Union whose…

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