Jusletter IT

Automation of short-time forms, NetzBeweis, digital transformation, net neutrality, Trojans

Dear Readers

Short-time work was used to cushion the economic consequences of the Corona crisis. Blaise Dévaud reports on how short-time work forms were automated at short notice and the process digitized in the spring of 2020.

NetzBeweis is a new tool for preserving evidence on the Internet. In his expert report, Daniel Kettiger assesses the evidentiary value of NetzBeweis reports before Swiss authorities and courts.

In her contribution on digital transformation, Anita Lamprecht describes how the law is transforming into a neural network.

Since 2021, Switzerland also has a legal provision on net neutrality. Adrian Raass traces the genesis of the legal article and conducts an initial classification.

Fabian Teichmann and Léonard Gerber discuss the extent to which Trojans pose a threat to Swiss courts.

In The DPO View column, Claudius Ettlinger provides guidance on implementing the duty to inform under the new Data Protection Act.

In their TechLawNews, Daniel Ronzani and Simon Schlauri address telecommunications surveillance, the so-called "fiduciary solution" for cloud providers, the new standard contractual clauses in practice, and the Metaverse.

We hope you enjoy reading this issue. The next issue will be published in February 2022 with contributions from the annual International Legal Informatics Symposium (IRIS) at the University of Salzburg.

Philip Hanke
Editor-in-Chief Jusletter IT
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