Maurizio Borghi

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The authors pose several stimulating queries with regard to the suitability of the current legal infrastructure to accommodate new and potential demands brought about by mass digitization. Each query is powerfully pursued, suggesting well-argued responses, but also leaving room for other possible solutions. They explain each topic using clear language and(More)
This article shows the phases – and discusses the results – of an empirical analysis addressing the legal business models that are adopted online to distribute digital content. Although it premised upon the idea that these models would have been greatly affected by the strong protection that digital copyright law offers to rightholders, it concluded the(More)
L'auteur constate d'abord le caractère disparate, voire même quelquefois contradictoire de la législation en vigueur, aggravé par un manque de coordination au niveau de l'application. Il en propose plusieurs exemples, tout en remarquant que la nouvelle loi sur la protection de l'environnement, adoptant une approche globale du problème, pourrait marquer un(More)
This article is concerned with the liability of search engines for algorithmically produced search suggestions, such as through Google’s ‘autocomplete’ function. Liability in this context may arise when automatically generated associations have an offensive or defamatory meaning, or may even induce infringement of intellectual property rights. The(More)
The author observes first the uneven or even contradictory character of existing Swiss law, aggravated by a lack of coordination in terms of its application. He proposes several examples, though noting that the new Federal law on protection of the environment, for which a comprehensive approach has been adopted, might mark a new trend. In a second part, he(More)
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