Determinants for Dataflow: Norm and Action - Causation in Law, and Causation from Law to Action

Georg Philip Krog, DETERMINANTS FOR DATAFLOW: NORM AND ACTION - CAUSATION IN LAW, AND CAUSATION FROM LAW TO ACTION, Yulex, 2006

4 Pages Posted: 12 Dec 2006

Abstract

The paper explores succinctly two questions in abbreviated form:

First, how may law, elucidated by the rules of international adjudicatory authority, be a determinant for cross-border circulation of intangible data and communicational behaviour in global computer networks?

Second, why are rules on international adjudicatory authority the starting point for such a determination?

Keywords: International jurisdiction, computer networks, dataflow, information flow

JEL Classification: K33, K41, O32, O33, O34

Suggested Citation

Krog, Georg Philip, Determinants for Dataflow: Norm and Action - Causation in Law, and Causation from Law to Action. Georg Philip Krog, DETERMINANTS FOR DATAFLOW: NORM AND ACTION - CAUSATION IN LAW, AND CAUSATION FROM LAW TO ACTION, Yulex, 2006. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=950763

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