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Volume 19, Number 3, November 2005

Developing theory in legal technology
pp. 231-233(3)
Author: Leith, Philip

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How should we deal with human rights in cyberspace? some remarks
pp. 253-258(6)
Author: Dobrzeniecki, Karol

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Lessig's implications for intellectual property law and beyond them
pp. 305-316(12)
Authors: Kiskis, Mindaugas; Petrauskas, Rimantas

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Code is Murphy's law
pp. 317-328(12)
Authors: Kleve, Pieter; Mulder, Richard

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‘Code': Privacy's death or saviour?
pp. 329-340(12)
Authors: Leenes, Ronald; Koops, Bert-Jaap

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Open source, code and architecture: It is the Memes stupid
pp. 341-362(22)
Author: Savirimuthu, Joseph

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