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    Winston J. Maxwell

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Smart(er) Internet Regulation Through Cost-Benefit Analysis

Measuring harms to privacy, freedom of expression, and the internet ecosystem

par : Winston J. Maxwell

Smart(er) Internet Regulation is about applying better regulation principles to the internet. The book addresses difficult-to-quantify policy objectives, such as protection of […]

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Winston Maxwell is a partner in the international law firm Hogan Lovells, where he advises clients on digital regulation and data protection. Maxwell’s previous works include La Neutralité de l’Internet (Net Neutrality), written with Nicolas Curien (Editions La Découverte, 2011). Maxwell holds a JD degree from Cornell Law School and a PhD in economics from Telecom ParisTech.
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Smart(er) Internet Regulation is about applying better regulation principles to the internet. The book addresses difficult-to-quantify policy objectives, such as protection of fundamental rights and the preservation of the internet ecosystem, and proposes a method to make trade-offs more explicit, and regulatory solutions better fit for purpose.

“… a level-headed look at the costs and benefits that flow from internet regulation…Maxwell’s analysis of fundamental rights is enlightening.”
Martin Cave, Imperial College Business School, London

“… a checklist that should be used by anyone considering a new regulation affecting internet intermediaries.”
Nicolas Curien, French Audiovisual Regulatory Authority (CSA)

“…a must-read for students of digital regulation.”
Maya Bacache, French Council of Economic Analysis (CAE)

“Maxwell has shown that cost-benefit analyses can bring clearer thinking to internet regulation.”
Marc Bourreau, Telecom ParisTech

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ISBN: 9782356714671
Editeur: Presses des Mines
Date de publication: 2017/06
Nombre de pages: 324

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