23 August, 2019

European Internet Law

European Internet Law

European Internet Law

Pablo García Mexía ha publicado el libro «Derecho Europeo de Internet» en Netbiblo, 2009 en versión inglesa: European Internet Law (Paperback) by Pablo García Mexía.

Enfatizar la importancia de Internet en cualquier faceta de la vida contemporánea es, muy probablemente, baladí. La Red resulta hoy en día vital en el entorno político (los procesos electorales comienzan a tener en ella uno de su principales campos de batalla) o en el social (bastaría preguntar a nuestros jóvenes qué opinarían de un posible «día sin Internet»).


After over two centuries of legal positivism dominance, the Internet has come to offer an undoubtedly historical opportunity: that of allowing the law to strengthen two of its essential facets, its values and its social presence. Both are pushing closer the different national legal orders regulating the Net, mainly as a result of judicial activity.

No other work as European Internet Law shall, while examining relevant legislation and legal writing, furnish its readers with a complete, systematized, up-dated analysis of European case law, in turn a worldwide capital reference on this issue. This work is also greatly original, in that it will make of the European law of the Internet a subject solid enough from the academic standpoint as to claim its autonomy, thanks to the respectable stability and increasing internal consistency of its various contents. Far from the wide array of available monographs, this book offers a firm, vast, while at the same time synthetic vision of this extremely novel matter.

The absolutely unique character of this book is determined by the personality of Pablo García Mexía, a Chair in the subject at Spain’s La Rioja International University (UNIR), an expert therein for over a decade and a jurist of indisputable prestige, both in his own country, where he holds a long experience in legal advise on behalf of some of the highest government institutions and in teaching at some of the most important universities (Carlos III University at Madrid, Madrid Autónoma University); and in the Anglo-American world, where he studied at some of its most renowned universities (Harvard, Kent at Canterbury) and he currently teaches (The College of William and Mary). The work is also enriched through its author’s ability to make use of sources in several different languages, which explains the wealth of its bibliographical background, as reflection of the more representative legal cultures in Europe and, in general, in the Western world.

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