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Computer Law & Security Review

The statistics shown below contain data since 1 November 2018.
Basic Information

Publisher: Elsevier
Founded in: 1985
URL: https://www.journals.elsevier.com/computer-law-and-security-review
Rank:
• Rank 84/150 in Law (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Law

Authors per paper:
     Average: 1.7
     Median: 0
References per paper:
     (Unfortunately, this journal does not provide open references)
Altmetric Attention Score per paper:
     Average: 1.4
     Median: 0

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Latest papers

EU update
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-02-10

European National News
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-02-10

Creating markets in no-trust environments: The law and economics of smart contracts
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-02-10

To share is fair: The changing face of China's fair use doctrine in the sharing economy and beyond
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-02-10

The challenges of applying turnover threshold to the sharing economy for control of concentrations between undertakings in China
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-02-10

The security of access to accounts under the PSD2
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-02-10

China's campaign-style Internet finance governance: Causes, effects, and lessons learned for new information-based approaches to governance,
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-02-10

Funds sharing regulation in the context of the sharing economy: Understanding the logic of China's P2P lending regulation
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-02-10

Search engines and Internet defamation: Of publication and legal responsibility
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-02-05

First amendment protection for online platforms
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-01-27

Asia Pacific News
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-01-27

Editorial
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-01-27

The failure of the Russian global license proposal and the future of alternative remuneration systems
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-01-27

Robots, standards and the law: Rivalries between private standards and public policymaking for robot governance
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-01-24

Greed for data and exclusionary conduct in data-driven markets
Computer Law & Security Review 2019-01-24

Cited Half-Life

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Cited median publication year:
2016