A special issue of SCRIPTed, a Journal of Law and Technology, is now live for your enjoyment. This issue has some papers from the last BILETa conference in Liverpool, and it has the added bonus that this will be the last issue in which Yours Truly will act as Technical Editor.

(2013) 10:3 SCRIPTed 307-408

Issue DOI: 10.2966/scrip.100313


  • Gormley’s Iron Man
    Philip Maidens


  • Digital Futures
    Judith Rauhofer and Daithí Mac Síthigh, pp.307-309
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Keynote presentation

  • Looking Back at the Law of the Horse: Why Cyberlaw and the Rule of Law are Important
    Andrew Murray, pp.310-319
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Reviewed Articles

  • Online Games and IP – Battle of the forms to Social Norms:  Reconceptualising and Re-layering?
    Kim Barker, pp.320-338
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  • The Way to Luxemburg: National Court Decisions on the Compatibility of the Data Retention Directive with the Rights to Privacy and Data Protection
    Eleni Kosta, pp.339-363
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  • Fan Communities and the Self-Regulation of Digital Creative Space
    Yin Harn Lee, pp.364-388
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  • Old Habits Die Hard?: UsedSoft v Oracle
    Andrew Nicholson, pp.389-408
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