Computer Law & Security Review

Papers
(The TQCC of Computer Law & Security Review is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Why fairness cannot be automated: Bridging the gap between EU non-discrimination law and AI87
Governing digital societies: Private platforms, public values69
Platform values and democratic elections: How can the law regulate digital disinformation?49
Law versus technology: Blockchain, GDPR, and tough tradeoffs47
Cybersecurity, safety and robots: Strengthening the link between cybersecurity and safety in the context of care robots42
Who is the fairest of them all? Public attitudes and expectations regarding automated decision-making39
From Alexa to Siri and the GDPR: The gendering of Virtual Personal Assistants and the role of Data Protection Impact Assessments36
China's central bank digital currency and its impacts on monetary policy and payment competition: Game changer or regulatory toolkit?32
The flaws of policies requiring human oversight of government algorithms30
The role of government regulations in the adoption of cloud computing: A case study of local government29
Vulnerable data subjects29
Information privacy, impact assessment, and the place of ethics29
Use of artificial intelligence by tax administrations: An analysis regarding taxpayers’ rights in Latin American countries27
The chilling effects of algorithmic profiling: Mapping the issues26
Eu search for regulatory answers to crypto assets and their place in the financial markets’ infrastructure23
Data protection, scientific research, and the role of information22
An evidence-based methodology for human rights impact assessment (HRIA) in the development of AI data-intensive systems22
Democratising online content moderation: A constitutional framework21
Legal aspects of data cleansing in medical AI20
New digital rights: Imagining additional fundamental rights for the digital era20
Information asymmetries: recognizing the limits of the GDPR on the data-driven market20
A vulnerability analysis: Theorising the impact of artificial intelligence decision-making processes on individuals, society and human diversity from a social justice perspective20
The digital tokenization of property rights. A comparative perspective20
A European Agency for Artificial Intelligence: Protecting fundamental rights and ethical values19
Transparency by design in data-informed research: A collection of information design patterns19
Regulating AI. A label to complete the proposed Act on Artificial Intelligence18
Electronic evidence in the blockchain era: New rules on authenticity and integrity17
The regulatory framework for the protection of critical infrastructures against cyberthreats: Identifying shortcomings and addressing future challenges: The case of the health sector in particular17
Digital evidence: Unaddressed threats to fairness and the presumption of innocence16
Constructing a mutually supportive interface between ethics and regulation15
Accounting for diversity in AI for medicine14
Law and policy of platform economy in China14
Taming the few: Platform regulation, independent audits, and the risks of capture created by the DMA and DSA14
Legal technology in contemporary USA and China14
Deepfakes: regulatory challenges for the synthetic society14
Artificial intelligence as a service: Legal responsibilities, liabilities, and policy challenges13
The platformisation of digital payments: The fabrication of consumer interest in the EU FinTech agenda13
The New City Regulators: Platform and Public Values in Smart and Sharing Cities12
Transparency of machine-learning in healthcare: The GDPR & European health law12
The ‘Strasbourg Effect’ on data protection in light of the ‘Brussels Effect’: Logic, mechanics and prospects12
AI research and data protection: Can the same rules apply for commercial and academic research under the GDPR?12
The impact of the general data protection regulation on innovation and the global political economy12
Cybersecurity as praxis and as a state: The EU law path towards acknowledgement of a new right to cybersecurity?11
Smartphone platforms as privacy regulators11
Diffusion of the Budapest Convention on cybercrime and the development of cybercrime legislation in Pacific Island countries: ‘Law on the books’ vs ‘law in action’11
Exploring data protection challenges of automated driving11
Dissolving privacy, one merger at a time: Competition, data and third party tracking10
The future of data protection: Gold standard vs. global standard10
Building up the “Accountable Ulysses” model. The impact of GDPR and national implementations, ethics, and health-data research: Comparative remarks10
E-commerce and effective VAT/GST enforcement: Can online platforms play a valuable role?10
Data protection and research: A vital challenge in the era of COVID-19 pandemic10
The ‘Ethification’ of ICT Governance. Artificial Intelligence and Data Protection in the European Union10
Human-centric data protection laws and policies: A lesson from Japan9
Promises and limits of law for a human-centric artificial intelligence9
The European AI liability directives – Critique of a half-hearted approach and lessons for the future9
Using sensitive data to prevent discrimination by artificial intelligence: Does the GDPR need a new exception?9
Defence against the dark artefacts: Smart home cybercrimes and cybersecurity standards9
The progressive policy shift in the debate on the international tax challenges of the digital economy: A “Pretext” for overhaul of the international tax regime?9
Towards a privacy impact assessment methodology to support the requirements of the general data protection regulation in a big data analytics context: A systematic literature review9
Crossing the Rubicon? The implications of RCEP on anti‐monopoly enforcement on dominant E‐commerce platforms in China9
From social netizens to data citizens: Variations of GDPR awareness in 28 European countries8
China's self-driving car legislation study8
LinkedLegal: Investigating social media as evidence in courtrooms8
Legal perspective on possible fairness measures – A legal discussion using the example of hiring decisions8
Can Online Courts Promote Access to Justice? A Case Study of the Internet Courts in China8
A survey of Network Neutrality regulations worldwide8
Investigating the dynamics of illegal online activity: The power of reporting, dark web, and related legislation8
Struggling to strike the right balance between interests at stake: The ‘Yarovaya’, ‘Fake news’ and ‘Disrespect’ laws as examples of ill-conceived legislation in the age of modern technology8
Socio-ethical values and legal rules on automated platforms: The quest for a symbiotic relationship8
An end to shadow banning? Transparency rights in the Digital Services Act between content moderation and curation7
Trilemma and tripartition: The regulatory paradigms of cross-border personal data transfer in the EU, the U.S. and China7
Mapping the development of China's data protection law: Major actors, core values, and shifting power relations7
Digital evidence in fog computing systems7
THE liability for cybersecurity breaches of connected and autonomous vehicles7
A new framework for online content moderation7
Council of Europe convention 108+: A modernised international treaty for the protection of personal data7
Utilising AI in the legal assistance sector—Testing a role for legal information institutes7
“Schrems II”: The return of the Privacy Shield7
Incentivizing the sharing of healthcare data in the AI Era7
Education for the provision of technologically enhanced legal services6
CLOUD act agreements from an EU perspective6
Copyright protection for AI-generated outputs: The experience from China6
On mapping values in AI Governance6
Governing ghostbots6
AI trading and the limits of EU law enforcement in deterring market manipulation6
Big data analytics in electronic communications: A reality in need of granular regulation (even if this includes an interim period of no regulation at all)5
Beyond financial regulation of crypto-asset wallet software: In search of secondary liability5
The uncertain future of data retention laws in the EU: Is a legislative reset possible?5
The law and economics of AI liability5
Processing of botnet tracking data under the GDPR5
An analysis of cybersecurity in Dutch annual reports of listed companies5
Effective data protection by design through interdisciplinary research methods: The example of effective purpose specification by applying user-Centred UX-design methods5
A constitutional moment: How we might reimagine platform governance5
How platforms govern users’ copyright-protected content: Exploring the power of private ordering and its implications5
International and regional commitments in African data privacy laws: A comparative analysis5
Legal Remedies For a Forgiving Society: Children's rights, data protection rights and the value of forgiveness in AI-mediated risk profiling of children by Dutch authorities5
Internet service providers as law enforcers and adjudicators. A public role of private actors5
Security assessment of suppliers of telecommunications infrastructure for the provision of services in 5G technology5
Exclusivity and paternalism in the public governance of explainable AI5
Reviewable Automated Decision-Making5
Data protection law beyond identifiability? Atmospheric profiles, nudging and the Stratumseind Living Lab5
Building a better mobile app marketplace: A legal and governance toolkit for app mediated genomics research4
Tying and bundling by online platforms – Distinguishing between lawful expansion strategies and anti-competitive practices4
‘Private jurisprudence’ and the right to be forgotten balancing test4
Electronic personhood for artificial intelligence in the workplace4
Priceless data: why the EU fundamental right to data protection is at odds with trade in personal data4
Sanctions on digital platforms: Balancing proportionality in a modern public square4
Financial instruments entail liabilities: Ether, bitcoin, and litecoin do not4
Smart contracts vs incomplete contracts: A transaction cost economics viewpoint4
Understanding the rule of prevalence in the NIS directive: C-ITS as a case study4
Cybersecurity, European digital sovereignty and the 5G rollout crisis4
Education in a datafied world: Balancing children's rights and school's responsibilities in the age of Covid 194
Hidden depths: The effects of extrinsic data collection on consumer insurance contracts4
Internet court's challenges and future in China4
The right to a fair trial as a conceptual framework for digital evidence rules in criminal investigations4
When data protection norms meet digital health technology: China's regulatory approaches to health data protection4
The legal construction of personal information protection and privacy under the Chinese Civil Code4
Financial Intelligence Units: Reflections on the applicable data protection legal framework4
A call for introducing LegalTech in the classroom4
Decision-making by machines: Is the ‘Law of Everything’ enough?4
Multilateral cybersecurity governance: Divergent conceptualizations and its origin4
Explainable AI and the philosophy and practice of explanation4
Your data will never die, but you will: A comparative analysis of US and UK post-mortem data donation frameworks4
Export control of cybersurveillance items in the new dual-use regulation: The challenges of applying human rights logic to export control4
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