The latest issue of SCRIPT-ed is now online. In this issue:
- Alastair Kent, "Patients and IP – Should we care?"
- Lilian Edwards, "Introduction to the Special Issue"
- When personal data, behavior and virtual identities become a commodity: Would a property rights approach matter?, Corien Prins
- Andreas Busch, "From Safe Harbour to the Rough Sea? Privacy Disputes across the Atlantic"
- Judith Rauhofer, "Just because you’re paranoid, doesn’t mean they’re not after you: Legislative developments in relation to the mandatory retention of communications data in the European Union"
- Caroline B Ncube, "Watching the watcher: recent developments in privacy regulation and cyber-surveillance in South Africa"
- Ralf Bendrath and Rikke Frank Jørgensen, "The World Summit on the Information Society – privacy not found?"
- Miranda Mowbray, "Implementing Pseudonymity"
- Andrea M. Matwyshyn, "Penetrating the Zombie Collective: Spam as an International Security Issue"
- Philip Leith, "Squeezing Information out of the Information Commissioner: Mapping and measuring through online public registers"
- Philip Ruthen, "Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) - The imposition of ‘truth’?"
- Aurelio Lopez-Tarruella Martinez, "Licences for Use of Digital Works: The Difficult Balance Between Right-holders and Users"
- Ana María Delgado García & Rafael Oliver Cuello, "The Spanish Tax Administration and the Internet".
- Nicolas Jondet, "La France v. Apple: who’s the dadvsi in DRMs?"
- Perspectives on Free and Open Source Software, Joseph Feller et al (editors). Reviewed by Andres Guadamuz
- Copyright and Other Fairytales, Helle Porsdam (editor). Reviewed by Maureen O'Sullivan
- Xenotransplantation: Law and Ethics, Sheila A. M. McLean and Laura Williamson. Reviewed by Jessica Wright.