Runaway Technology

Can Law Keep Up?

Law can keep up with rapid technological change by reflecting our evolving understanding of how humans use language to cooperate. Les mer
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Law can keep up with rapid technological change by reflecting our evolving understanding of how humans use language to cooperate.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Part I. Keeping Up: Law as Social Technology: 1. Can law keep up?; 2. Rates of change; 3. Technology law; Part II. Running on Words: Law as Cooperative Fiction: 4. Language, the human superpower; 5. What went wrong with science?; 6. Law's fruitful fictions; 7. Shifting how we think; Part III. Law and the Language we Need: 8. Why we fail; 9. Jurisgenesis; 10. TL;DR.

Om forfatteren

Joshua A. T. Fairfield is William D. Bain Family Professor of Law, Washington and Lee University School of Law. He is the author of Owned: Property, Privacy, and the New Digital Serfdom (2017). A Fulbright and Fernand Braudel Scholar, Professor Fairfield was a privacy and civil liberties counsel on intelligence community studies of virtual worlds, and was part of the founding team of Rosetta Stone.