SCRIPTed April 2011

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The new issue of SCRIPTed – A Journal of Law, Technology & Society, is now live. This issue has some really interesting articles about Internet regulation and governance. In this issue:


  • Cellular Therapies: Regulating A Sector In Turmoil
    Aidan Courtney, pp.1-7

Reviewed Articles

  • The Path Dependence of European Copyright, Stefan Larsson, pp.8-31
  • Soft Law for the Internet, Lessons from International Law, Andrew Power and Oisín Tobin, pp.32-45
  • Should the English Legal System Adopt the US Law of Cyber-trespass? Darren Read, pp.46-68
  • IP Address Allocation through the Lenses of Public Goods and Scarce Resources Theories, Rolf H. Weber and Ulrike I. Heinrich, pp.69-92


  • Limiting the IPRs of Pharmaceutical Companies through EU Competition Law: The First Crack in the Wall, Dimitris Xenos, pp.93-98


  • Ethical and Legal Aspects of Human Tissue and Biobank Research in Europe: Report of the Tiss.EU Project and its Results, Katharina Beier and Silvia Schnorrer, pp.99-105
  • The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008: A Multidisciplinary Workshop, Dr Christine Knight and Dr Malcolm Smith, pp.106-111

Book Reviews

  • Rights of Personality in Scots Law: A Comparative Perspective, By Niall R Whitty and Reinhard Zimmermann (eds). Reviewed by Kathryn Pickard, pp.112-115
  • Global Pharmaceutical Policy: Ensuring Medicines For Tomorrow’s World, By Frederick M Abbott and Graham Dukes. Reviewed by Gerard Porter, pp.116-119


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