The International Journal of Law and Information Technology (IJLIT), a handsomely-produced three-times-a-year journal from Oxford University Press which is going quarterly in 2010, has asked me to draw the attention of Datonomy readers to two articles which touch on data protection issues, both of which are available to read online without charge. They are
* “When Rights Clash Online: The Tracking of P2p Copyright Infringements v the EC Personal Data Directive” by Okechukwu Benjamin Vincents (click here to read)
* “The “Final” Privacy Frontier? Regulating Trans-Border Data Flows” by Gehan Gunasekara (click here to read).
The IJLIT website contains lots of information about the journal and its distinguished editorial panel, together with instructions for would-be authors, subscription data and the contents of the current edition.