Thursday, December 19, 2019

New Issue: Cambridge International Law Journal

The latest issue of the Cambridge International Law Journal (Vol. 8, no. 2, December 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • The global governance of cyberspace: reimagining private actors' accountability
    • Eirini Kikarea & Maayan Menashe, The global governance of cyberspace: reimagining private actors' accountability: introduction
    • Benedict Kingsbury, Infrastructure and InfraReg: on rousing the international law ‘Wizards of Is’
    • Louise Arimatsu, Silencing women in the digital age
    • M R Leiser, Regulating computational propaganda: lessons from international law
    • Rachel Adams & Nóra Ní Loideáin, Addressing indirect discrimination and gender stereotypes in AI virtual personal assistants: the role of international human rights law
    • Enguerrand Marique & Yseult Marique, Sanctions on digital platforms: beyond the public–private divide
    • Paolo Cavaliere, Digital platforms and the rise of global regulation of hate speech
    • Petra Molnar, Technology on the margins: AI and global migration management from a human rights perspective
    • Shannon Raj Singh, Move fast and break societies: the weaponisation of social media and options for accountability under international criminal law