Call for Papers
We particularly encourage submissions addressing (not limited to) such subjects as:
· Content take-down and reinstatement in light of human rights
· Human rights aspects of filtering and website-blocking
· Human rights aspects of voluntary enforcement agreements among individuals
· Government-pressured ‘codes of conduct’ and human rights · Relationship between EU law and ECHR law on intermediary liability
· Digital jurisdiction and its role for due process
· Positive obligations of the state and their impact on intermediary liability
· Right to be delisted and its implications for global free speech
· Transparency of intermediaries about content-removals
· Algorithmic enforcement and fundamental rights
Deadlines and Anticipated Timeline
· Initial abstract submission deadline (~ 500 words): 30th November, 2016
· Authors notified of (tentative) acceptance: 31st December, 2016
· Full papers due (based on accepted abstracts): 31st May, 2017
Publication in 2017 Specifics about submissions: Initial abstracts should contain approximately 500 words.
Subsequent full paper submissions should contain fewer than 10,000 words (including footnotes and citations), and should contain a 200-word abstract and biographical information about the authors on a cover page.
Invited full paper submissions will undergo formal double-blind peer review, which is expected to take between 1 and 2 months.
Submissions that are not selected for peer-review will be released back to the authors quickly.
All submissions should be submitted in editable Word (*.doc/x) or *.rtf formats, and should adhere to the formatting and citation requirements of JIPITEC. Click HERE for guidelines.
All submissions of abstracts and/or questions should be sent to the editor via email to: email@example.com