PART I STATE AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW IN THE CONTEXT OF THE INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION 1. Post-human Constitutionalism? A Critical Defence of Anthropocentric and Humanist Traditions in Algorithmic Society Martin Belov, University of Sofia 'St. Kliment Ohridski', Bulgaria 2. Constitutional Dimensions of Information Revolution Daniel Valchev, University of Sofia 'St. Kliment Ohridski', Bulgaria 3. The Impacts of Technological Revolution on the Role of the State Attila Menyhard, Eoetvoes Lorand University, Hungary 4. Global Information Law: How to Enhance the Legitimacy of the Information Order in and beyond the State? David Roth-Isigkeit, Wurzburg University, Germany PART II INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION AND ITS IMPACT ON DEMOCRACY AND THE PUBLIC SPHERE 5. The Disruptive Effects of Social Media Platforms on Democratic Will-Formation Processes Hoai-Thu Nguyen, Jacques Delors Centre in Berlin, Germany 6. Data Revolution and Public Will Formation: Regulating Democratic Processes in the Digital Age Sascha Hardt, Maastricht University, Netherlands PART III MONETARY SOVEREIGNTY AND TAXATION IN THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ERA 7. Monetary Sovereignty in Conditions of Technological Revolution Marko Dimitrijevic, University of Nis, Serbia 8. Conceptual and Legal Challenges to the Public Order of States Stemming from Cybercurrencies Benjamin Moron-Puech, Paris II Pantheon-Assas University, France Jeremy Cornaire and Harrison Colins 9. The 'Algorithmic Revolution': Fair Taxation, Social Pact and Global Governance Stefano Dorigo, University of Florence, Italy PART IV THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION ON COURTS AND ADMINISTRATION 10. The Impact of Information and Communication Revolution on Constitutional Courts Angioletta Sperti, University of Pisa, Italy 11. The Constitutional Limits of Digital Justice Artur Flaminio da Silva, Universidade Autonoma de Lisboa, Portugal and Daniela Mirante, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal 12. The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Administrative Law Alessandro Puzzanghera, University for Foreigners 'Dante Alighieri', Italy PART V THE INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION AND ITS IMPACT ON DATA ROTECTION, PRIVACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS 13. The Impact of the Information and Technology Revolution on the Constitutional Rights with Particular Attention to Personal Data Protection Issues Carlo Colapietro, Roma Tre University, Italy 14. The Digital Revolution and the Constitutional Orders' Vertical and Horizontal Challenges to Protect Privacy Patricia Jonason, Sodertorn University, Sweden PART VI INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY REVOLUTION AND HEALTH RELATED RIGHTS 15. Artificial Intelligence in Social and Health Services: A New Challenge for Public Authorities in Ensuring Constitutional Rights Guerino Fares, Roma 3 University, Italy 16. Gene Editing e-Machine Learning: The International and EU Legal Framework Nadina Foggetti, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
This book provides insightful and original analysis of the future of constitutionalism, state, and law in the new technological age.
Martin Belov is Professor in Constitutional Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Sofia 'St. Kliment Ohridski', Bulgaria and Adjunct Professor at University Roma Tre, Italy.
There is a great deal here which is interesting and stimulating ... The individual chapters are very useful snapshots of the literature and challenges in specific areas, and would be an excellent starting point for further research or for a classroom discussion, particularly in a graduate programme. Practitioners working in the areas covered may also find food for thought in specific aspects of the book. -- Ronan Kennedy, National University of Ireland Galway * Computers and Law *