Marise Cremona (ed), New Technologies and EU Law, Oxford University Press, 2017
What is the nature of the relationship between the fields of new technology and EU law? What challenges do new technologies pose for the internal market and the fundamental principles of the EU?
The first part of the collection explores the EU’s approach to the regulation of scientific and technological risk, and the link between the regulation of technology and the internal market. In detail, the chapters analyse the interaction between EU law, bioethics and medical and health technologies.
The second part of the collection enhances on this, and the chapters scrutinize specific policy areas in order to explain the alternate ways in which EU policy and technology cooperate.
Edited by Marise Cremona, European University Institute
Marise Cremona is Professor of European Law at the European University Institute, Florence. Between November 2009 and June 2012 she was Head of the Department of Law at the EUI and between June 2012 and August 2013 she was President ad interim of the EUI. She is a co-Director of the Academy of European Law and general co-editor of The Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law, Oxford University Press. She has published extensively on the external relations law of the European Union, including Developments in EU External Relations Law (Oxford University Press, 2008); EU Foreign Relations Law – Constitutional Fundamentals, edited with B de Witte (Hart Publishing, 2008); The European Court of Justice and External Relations Law – Constitutional Challenges, edited with A Thies (Hart Publishing 2014) and Private Law in the External Relations of the EU (Oxford University Press 2016).
Prof. Mariachiara Tallacchini is Professor of Philosophy of Law at the Università Cattolica S.C. in Piacenza, Italy.
Prof. Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez is a Professor of Law at the Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense.
Dr. Mark L. Flear is a lecturer at the School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast.
Peter Hustinx served as the first European Data Protection Supervisor from January 2004 until December 2014.
Prof. Giovanni Sartor is part-time Professor in Legal Informatics at the University of Bologna and part-time Professor in Legal informatics and Legal Theory at the European University Institute.
Dr. Jorrit J. Rijpma is Associate Professor of EU Law at Leiden Law School, the Netherlands.
1.: Introduction, Marise Cremona
Part I. The EU, Scientific Risk, and Regulatory Design
2.: Medical Technologies and EU Law: The Evolution of Regulatory Approaches and Governance, Mariachiara Tallacchini
3.: EU Law and Bioethics, Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez
4.: Regulating New Technologies: EU Internal Market Law, Risk and Sociotechnical Order, Mark L. Flear
Part II. EU Law and New Technologies – Challenge and Response
5.: EU Data Protection Law: Review of Directive 95/46/EC and the General Data Protection Regulation, Peter Hustinx
6.: Liabilities of Internet Users and Providers, Giovanni Sartor
7.: Brave New Borders: The EU’s Use of New Technologies for the Management of Migration and Asylum, Jorrit J. Rijpma
- Investigates the relationship between new technologies and EU law.
- Explores important issues such as technology regulation.
- Highlights the areas of bioethics, and medical and health technologies in relation to EU law.
- Analyses the impact of technology innovation on EU policy areas such as privacy and data protection.