Solving the Internet Jurisdiction Puzzle
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In this innovative book, Professor Svantesson presents a vision for a new approach to Internet jurisdiction based on an extensive period of research dedicated to the topic.
The book demonstrates that our current paradigm remains attached to territorial thinking that is out of sync with our modern world, especially, but not only, online. Having made the claim that our adherence to the territoriality principle is based more on habit rather than on any clear and universally accepted legal principles, Professor Svantesson advances a new jurisprudential framework for how we approach jurisdiction - a framework that unites private, and public, international law. He also
proposes several other reform initiatives aimed at equipping us to solve the Internet jurisdiction puzzle. In addition, the book provides a history of Internet jurisdiction, and challenges our traditional categorisation of different types of jurisdiction. It places Internet jurisdiction in a broader
context and outlines methods for how to properly understand and work with rules of Internet jurisdiction.
While Solving the Internet Jurisdiction Puzzle paints a clear picture of the concerns involved and the problems that needs to be overcome, this book is distinctly aimed at finding practical solutions anchored in a solid theoretical framework.
Professor Svantesson argues that many of the Internet jurisdiction problems we face are due to a sleepwalking-like acceptance of orthodox thinking. Solving the Internet Jurisdiction Puzzle acts as a wake-up call to this issue.
2: The Tyranny of Territoriality
3: A New Jurisprudential Framework for Jurisdiction
4: A Very Brief History of Internet Jurisdiction
5: Jurisdictional Interoperability - The Path Forward (for now)
6: Understanding the Functions of Jurisdictional Law
7: The Vagueness of the Law and the Importance of its Interpretation
8: The Impact of our Categorisation of Types of Jurisdiction
9: Scope of (Remedial) Jurisdiction
10: A Layered Approach to Jurisdiction
11: The Role of Geo-Location Technologies
12: A Doctrine of Selective Legal Compliance
13: Concluding Remarks