Digital Platforms and Global Law

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Digital Platforms and Global Law
Author : Fabio Bassan
File Size : 45,6 Mb
Publisher : Edward Elgar Publishing
Language : English
Release Date : 09 November 2021
ISBN : 1800889429
Pages : 176 pages
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Digital Platforms and Global Law by Fabio Bassan Book PDF Summary

Digital Platforms and Global Law focuses on digital platforms and identifies their relevant legal profiles in terms of transnational and international law. It qualifies digital platforms as private legal orders, which exercise the legislative, executive, and (para)jurisdictional power within them. Starting from this assumption, the author studies the relationship between these orders and state, transnational and international orders. The book first explores the reasons for the inadequacy of the current regulatory matrix and goes on to detail the need for a new paradigm; a shift from the current matrix of market regulation to one of negotiation. The author then examines the lack of effectiveness of current tools and explores how better versions, tools of uniform law, are emerging. This unique exploration will appeal to governments, regulatory authorities, digital platforms, businesses, and students and will find further audience with policy makers and practitioners.

Digital Platforms and Global Law

Digital Platforms and Global Law focuses on digital platforms and identifies their relevant legal profiles in terms of transnational and international law. It qualifies digital platforms as private legal orders, which exercise the legislative, executive, and (para)jurisdictional power within them. Starting from this assumption, the author studies the relationship

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Digital Platforms and Global Law

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