Information Technology and Law - Wojciech Cyrul - opis książki:
This book is addressed to all who are interested in the interplay between Information Technology and law. It constitutes the result of a project whose aim was to bring together computer scientists, legal theoreticians and legal practitioners and to prompt them to a common reflection on the implementation of Information Technologies into legal practice, on regulations the implementation may require and on potential changes it brings into the legal domain.
The book consists of selected essays presenting and discussing from various perspectives how IT has been used to make and to communicate laws and how the new potential provided by the technology has already changed or can affect in the future both legal institutions and traditional legal practices.
Książka „Information Technology and Law” - oprawa miękka - Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Książka posiada 156 stron i została wydana w 2014 r.
Chapter 1. Technological Destabilization of Law 11
Chapter 2. Problems with the Storing and Presentation of Information 27
Janusz Opiła, Tomasz Pełech-Pilichowski
Chapter 3. XML Models for Legal Documents: Current Polish Practices and International Standards 41
Chapter 4. Similarity Analysis of Polish Legal Documents Using WordNets Semantic Relations 67
Chapter 5. Consolidation of Legal Documents in an Electronic Format 79
Chapter 6. A Three Dimensional - Code and a Question of the Normative Hyper-linking? 95
Chapter 7. The Law, Labour Unions and Information Technology: Enhancing or Restricting Democracy at the Workplace 103
Chapter 8. Protection of the Consumer in Digital Content Contracts 127
Chapter 9. Procedure, Time and Imputation in Criminal Law 141