Part I. General Introduction: 1. Law and the technologies of the twenty-first century; 2. The regulatory environment: UK Biobank,
eBay, and Wikipedia; 3. Four key regulatory challenges; 4. Technology as a regulatory tool: DNA profiling and Marper; Part
II. Regulatory Prudence and Precaution: 5. Regulatory prudence I: health, safety and environment, GM crops, nanoparticles,
and sound science; 6. Regulatory prudence II: precaution; Part III. Regulatory Legitimacy: 7. The legitimacy of the regulatory
environment - the basic ideas; 8. Key boundary-marking concepts; 9. Human rights as boundary-markers; 10. Understanding procedural
legitimacy - the role of public participation in technology regulation; Part IV. Regulatory Effectiveness: 11. Regulatory
effectiveness I; 12. Regulatory effectiveness II: failure by regulators; 13. Regulatory effectiveness III: resistance by regulatees;
14. Regulatory effectiveness IV: third-party interference and disruptive externalities; Part V. Regulatory Connection: 15.
Regulatory connection I: getting connected; 16. Regulatory connection II: disconnection and sustainability; Part VI. Concluding
Overview: 17. From law to code: the surveillance society and Marper revisited.