Data Driven Innovation, Privacy and National Sovereignty in a Global World-Two 2018 Key Cases on Internet Jurisdition

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Abstract

Introduction:
Anyone who has been following the evolution of the law on Internet jurisdiction would have noticed the ebb and flow of developments. With decisions such as the Canadian Supreme Court's ruling in Google v Equustek, 1 the Court of Justice of the European Union's (CJEU) decision in Bolagsupplysningen OOZ and the Supreme Court of New South Wales' ruling in Xv Twitter,3 2017 signalled that we are in a period of serious flow. However, the cases of 201 7 pale in significance when viewed next to what we can expect from 2018.
In 2018, we will get to experience the Supreme Court of the United States' hearing and decision in the much-anticipated MicrosoftWarrantcase.4 And we will also see the CJEU's hearing, and possibly decision, in the arguably even more important Google France case.5
I devote this contribution to an analysis of these two cases, both of which may significantly impact data driven innovation, privacy and national sovereignty in a global world.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationData-Driven Innovation, privacidad y soberania nacional en un mundo global
EditorsDan Jerker B. Svantesson, Edison Lanza, Michael J. Camilleri
Place of PublicationMadrid
PublisherCEU Ediciones
Pages11-31
Number of pages21
ISBN (Print)978-84-17385-00-2
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Publication series

NameCuadernos de la Catedra Google sobre Privacidad, Sociedad e Innovacion
PublisherCEU Ediciones
Number3

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Svantesson, D. J. B. (2018). Data Driven Innovation, Privacy and National Sovereignty in a Global World-Two 2018 Key Cases on Internet Jurisdition. In D. J. B. Svantesson, E. Lanza, & M. J. Camilleri (Eds.), Data-Driven Innovation, privacidad y soberania nacional en un mundo global (pp. 11-31). (Cuadernos de la Catedra Google sobre Privacidad, Sociedad e Innovacion; No. 3). Madrid: CEU Ediciones.
Svantesson, Dan Jerker B. / Data Driven Innovation, Privacy and National Sovereignty in a Global World-Two 2018 Key Cases on Internet Jurisdition. Data-Driven Innovation, privacidad y soberania nacional en un mundo global. editor / Dan Jerker B. Svantesson ; Edison Lanza ; Michael J. Camilleri. Madrid : CEU Ediciones, 2018. pp. 11-31 (Cuadernos de la Catedra Google sobre Privacidad, Sociedad e Innovacion; 3).
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Data Driven Innovation, Privacy and National Sovereignty in a Global World-Two 2018 Key Cases on Internet Jurisdition. / Svantesson, Dan Jerker B.

Data-Driven Innovation, privacidad y soberania nacional en un mundo global. ed. / Dan Jerker B. Svantesson; Edison Lanza; Michael J. Camilleri. Madrid : CEU Ediciones, 2018. p. 11-31 (Cuadernos de la Catedra Google sobre Privacidad, Sociedad e Innovacion; No. 3).

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Svantesson DJB. Data Driven Innovation, Privacy and National Sovereignty in a Global World-Two 2018 Key Cases on Internet Jurisdition. In Svantesson DJB, Lanza E, Camilleri MJ, editors, Data-Driven Innovation, privacidad y soberania nacional en un mundo global. Madrid: CEU Ediciones. 2018. p. 11-31. (Cuadernos de la Catedra Google sobre Privacidad, Sociedad e Innovacion; 3).