Private International Law and the Internet

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This short article is based on the presentation I had the pleasure of offering at the Lex&Forum webinar on “The Internet and other emerging technologies within the EU and International legal order”, held on the 13th of May 2022.
I have structured this article in the same manner in which I structured the mentioned presentation; that is, it is structured around six different problems. Problems that I see as central in today’s application of private international law to the online environment. That might seem like a somewhat negative point of view. But, as lawyers, we are always used to working with problems, so I think we can approach the topic this way. However, first, to prepare the ground for the discussion of those six key problems, I first want to say a few words about what we may view as uncontroversial when it comes to private international law and the Internet.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2022


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