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IT and Media Law

Paolo Cavaliere, Lecturer in Digital Media and IT Law

Rachael Craufurd-Smith, Reader in EU Law

Scott McLachlan, Research Fellow

Daria Onitiu, Research Associate

Lena Podoletz, Research Fellow

Judith Rauhofer, Senior Lecturer in IT Law

Burkhard Schafer, Professor of Computational Legal Theory

Lachlan Urquhart, Lecturer in Technology Law

Journal Articles

The value of mass-digitised cultural heritage content in creative contexts
Terras, M, Coleman, S, Drost, S, Elsden, C, Helgason, I, Lechelt, S, Osborne, N, Paneels, I, Pegado, B, Schafer, B, Smyth, M, Thornton, P & Speed, C., Big Data and Society. 2021. View article

Media ownership transparency in Europe: Closing the gap between European aspiration and domestic reality
Craufurd-Smith, R, Klimkiewicz, B & Ostling, A. European Journal of Communication. 2021. View article

Book chapters

The man who wasn't there again : Creative informatics and legal AI. 
Schafer, Burkhard.  International Trends in Legal Informatics: Festschrift für Erich Schweighofe. ed.
Walter Hoetzendorfer; Christof Tschohl; Franz Kummer. Bern : Weblaw AG, Bern, 2020. p. 293-320. View chapter

On living and undead Wills : ZombAIs, technology and the future of inheritance law. 
Schafer, Burkhard. Future Law: Emerging Technology, Regulation and Ethics. ed.
Lilian Edwards; Burkhard Schafer; Edina Harbinja. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2020. p. 225-261 (Future Law). View chapter

Edited Collections

Future Law : Emerging Technologies, Regulation and Ethics.
Edwards, Lilian (Editor); Schafer, Burkhard (Editor); Harbinja, Edina (Editor). Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2020. 408 p. (Future Law). View collection

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Edinburgh Centre for Data, Culture & Society
The Edinburgh Centre for Data, Culture & Society (CDCS) aims to support data-led research across the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. As new technologies enable us to develop novel methods, scale up our questions, and tackle interdisciplinary challenges, research is moving in exciting directions. CDCS helps its community stay at the forefront of developments in data-driven research, and highlights the vital contributions its researchers have to make to contemporary cultural debates and social issues.
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