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Utrecht Journal of International and European Law
115 Publications
OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)


  • Review of Privacy vs Security

    Nieuwenhuis, Aernout (2015)
    Privacy vs Security, Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon, Joshua Philips and Mark D. Ryan, Springer, Springer Briefs in Cybersecurity, pp. 1–115, Softcover: €52.99, 2014, ISBN: 9781447165293

    Cross-Border Patent Disputes: Unified Patent Court or International Commercial Arbitration?

    Alba Betancourt, Ana (2016)
    Currently, the enforcement of a patent that is registered in several countries involves the risk of getting different and conflicting decisions from the national courts. In 2013, 25 European countries entered in an agreement that aims to homogenise the patent system by creating the European patent with unitary effect and a Unified Patent Court (UPC). This article focuses on the UPC, which aims to have a single court proceeding for cross-border patent conflicts. Does the UPC system represent a...

    The Right to Privacy under Fire – Foreign Surveillance under the NSA and the GCHQ and Its Compatibility with Art. 17 ICCPR and Art. 8 ECHR

    Georgieva, Ilina (2015)
    The recent exposure of the NSA documents has raised a great deal of concerns with regards to the effective control of companies that cooperate with intelligence agencies. It also exposed a network of secret government spying partnerships used to go around existing domestic guarantees and to spy on one’s own citizens through the back door. The dread that both legal and technological means designed with legitimate purposes such as counter-terrorism and crime prevention are also employed for tot...

    Taking Technological Infrastructure Seriously: Standards, Intellectual Property and Open Access

    Carl Mair (2016)
    This paper introduces an ‘infrastructural approach’ to the problems of 'de facto' and cooperative standard-setting in high technology. It reviews recent case law in the area, and attempts to provide robust economic arguments for the maintenance of ‘open access’ rules over such standards. First, it begins by qualifying such resources as technological ‘infrastructure’ according to the work of Brett Frischmann and Peter Lee. Subsequently, game theoretical tools are applied to the problem of coop...
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