Top 10 Internet Law Magazines & Publications
Internet Law Magazines
1. Internet Policy Review
The Internet Policy Review is an open access, fast track and peer-reviewed journal on internet regulation. Key topics covered are Infrastructure & Standards, Innovation, Information & Data, Intellectual, Property Rights, Privacy & Security and Governance.
9.2K ⋅2 posts / month Get Email Contact More
2. Law Journal Newsletters » Internet Law & Strategy
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
Law Journal Newsletters, a division of ALM, publishes 9 best-selling newsletters aimed at the diverse needs of attorneys in every field of endeavor, including cybersecurity and privacy, medical malpractice law, Internet law, legal technology law, employment law, commercial law, insurance law, bankruptcy law, product liability law, real estate law, corporate law, entertainment law, accounting for law firms, law firm marketing and more.
2.3K⋅ 1K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact More
3. Law.com » Internet Law
Stay tuned to get the latest updates on Internet Law at Law.com publication.
59.4K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact More
4. Springer » International Cybersecurity Law Review
The International Cybersecurity Law Review (ICLR) is chiefly aimed at professionals interested in developments in international cybersecurity, data security, technology, law and regulation. Articles deal with compliance and security regulation, as well as related issues around the globe.
31.1K⋅ 18.2K ⋅4 posts / quarter Get Email Contact More
5. Gender and Internet
Dr.Debarati Halder is a Law professor in India and is the founder and Honorary managing director of the Centre for Cyber Victim Counselling an online not-for-profit organization and a think-tank meant for helping and counseling the victims of internet and digital communication crime victims.
1.1K⋅ 40 ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact More
6. Wiley Online Library » Policy & Internet
Policy & Internet (P&I) is a Q1- indexed journal with a focus on public policy, the internet, and related technologies. P&I publishes research that addresses public policy issues in all sectors, and at all levels of government. We welcome innovative research in areas where the internet already impacts public policy, where it raises new challenges or dilemmas, or provides opportunities for a policy that is smart and equitable.
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Internet Law Media List
|Author Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|Branka Andjelkovic, Tanja Jakobi||policyreview.info||1|
|Divyank Katira, Gurshabad Grover||policyreview.info||1|
|Giovanni De Gregorio||policyreview.info||1|
|Martin Fertmann, Bharath Ganesh, Robert Gorwa, Lis||policyreview.info||1|
|Matthias Spielkamp, Malte Spitz, Henriette Litta,||policyreview.info||1|
|Max van Drunen, Eva Groen-Reijman, Tom Dobber, Arm||policyreview.info||1|
|Naomi Appelman, Stephan Dreyer, Pranav Manjesh Bid||policyreview.info||1|
|Nicolas Friederici, Inge Graef||policyreview.info||1|
|Ohad Somech, Maayan Perel, Niva Elkin-Koren||policyreview.info||1|
|Pranav Manjesh Bidare, Stephan Dreyer, Clara Igles||policyreview.info||1|
|Siva Mathiyazhagan, Minahil Salam, Henry A. Willis||policyreview.info||1|