Smart(er) Internet regulation through cost-benefit analysis : measuring harms to privacy, freedom of expression, and the Internet ecosystem

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Format : Broché
Nb de pages : 324 pages
Poids : 574 g
Dimensions : 13cm X 20cm
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ISBN : 978-2-35671-467-1
EAN : 9782356714671

Smart(er) Internet regulation through cost-benefit analysis

measuring harms to privacy, freedom of expression, and the Internet ecosystem

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Smart(er) Internet Regulation is about applying better regulation principles to the internet. The book addresses difficult-to-quantify policy objectives, such as protection of fundamental rights and the preservation of the internet ecosystem, and proposes a method to make trade-offs more explicit, and regulatory solutions better fit for purpose.

- « ... a level-headed look at the costs and benefits that flow from internet regulation...Maxwell's analysis of fundamental rights is enlightening. »
Martin Cave, Imperial College Business School, London

- « ... a checklist that should be used by anyone considering a new regulation affecting internet intermediaries. »
Nicolas Curien, French Audiovisual Regulatory Authority (CSA)

- « ...a must-read for students of digital regulation. »
Maya Bacache, French Council of Economic Analysis (CAE)

- « Maxwell has shown that cost-benefit analyses can bring clearer thinking to internet regulation. »
Marc Bourreau, Telecom ParisTech

Biographie

Winston Maxwell is a partner in the international law firm Hogan Lovells, where he advises clients on digital regulation and data protection.