IRIS conference proceedings, cybergovernance, phishing, data culture, digital vaccination card
The International Legal Informatics Symposium (IRIS) 2021 has covered a wide range of topics. In this issue, we publish the papers on LegalTech, AI Law, E-Government, E-Justice, E-Democracy, Legal Visualization and Theory, Security & Law, Copyright, and E-Commerce.
The general theme at the conference was "Cybergovernance" (see the February issue for more information). Rolf H. Weber remains true to the theme and devotes a new article to the question of which regulatory models can be useful for governance in the cybersecurity sector.
In their article on phishing, Fabian Teichmann and Léonard Gerber provide an overview of the criminal elements of Swiss computer criminal law and the Council of Europe Convention on Cybercrime.
In the new regular column "The DPO View", Nora Vanessa Rümbeli focuses on data culture and asks whether it is an asset or a buzzword.
In TechLawNews by Ronzani Schlauri Attorneys, the authors address the topics of online shopping withdrawal rights, fuzzy know-how, server side public license, and the Covid digital vaccination card.
There is a lot going on in the field of IT and law - which is why the next issue will be published already in June this time! As always, we look forward to your contributions.
We wish you an exciting read!
Publishing Director and Editor-in-Chief Jusletter IT