, Sun Haochen
|Titel:||Data Sovereignty (Ny titel) � From the Digital Silk Road to the Return of the State|
|Anmärkning:||Published: 06 December 2023 (Estimated)|
|Förlag:||Oxford University Press|
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|Who, if anyone, should regulate the internet? Governments around the world have answered this question robustly: they will. Digital sovereignty—the exercise of control over the internet—is the ambition of world leaders as a natural extension of traditional sovereignty and as a bulwark against the reach of foreign power. The question posed to governments now is not who should regulate the internet, but how should it be done.|
Data Sovereignty: From the Digital Silk Road to the Return of the State focuses on the question of territorial control over data flows and attempts by national and regional governments to place limits on the free movement of data across a global internet. Drawing on theories in political economy, international law, human rights, and data protection, this volume offers new theoretical perspectives and thought-provoking ideas about the nature and scope of digital sovereignty. It examines the extent to which new technologies, such as artificial intelligence, robotics, and automation, pose challenges to digital sovereignty and how those challenges might be addressed. In chapters that are both descriptively comprehensive and analytically rich, the book explains the national, regional, and international legal frameworks for regulating the digital economy.
Professors Anupam Chander and Haochen Sun have assembled a distinguished team of experts across multiple fields to address the promise and pitfalls of digital sovereignty in the context of trade liberalization, data localization, and human rights protection. In a world that is still grappling with the scope of the internet, Data Sovereignty offers a timely and thorough investigation of the ongoing conflict between the state and the internet. This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 International licence. It is free to read on Oxford Scholarship Online and offered as a free PDF download from OUP and selected open access locations.
- Reconsiders the nature and scope of digital sovereignty
- Discusses major challenges in the intersection of digital sovereignty and new technological developments
- Examines the national, regional, and international legal frameworks for regulating the data flows and the digital economy
- This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 International licence.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Sovereignty 2.0
Part I: Retheorizing Digital Sovereignty
Chapter 1: Two Visions for Data Governance: Territorial vs. Functional Sovereignty
Chapter 2: A Starting Point for Re-thinking 'Sovereignty' for the Online Environment
Chapter 3: Digital Sovereignty as Double-Edged Sword
Chapter 4: From Data Subjects to Data Sovereigns: Addressing the Limits of Data Privacy in the Digital Era
Part II: Technology and Economic Institutions
Chapter 5: Digital Sovereignty + Artificial Intelligence
Chapter 6: Taobao, Federalism, and the Emergence of Law, Chinese Style
Chapter 7: Levelling the Playing Field between Sharing Platforms and Industry Incumbents: Good Regulatory Practices?
Chapter 8: The Emergence of Financial Data Governance and the Challenge of Financial Data Sovereignty
Part III: Trade Regulation
Chapter 9: Data Sovereignty and Trade Agreements: Three Digital Kingdoms
Chapter 10: Data Governance and Digital Trade in India: Losing Sight of the Forest for the Trees?
Chapter 11: Creating Data Flow Rules through Preferential Trade Agreements
Part IV: Data Localization
Chapter 12: Personal Data Localisation and Sovereignty Along Asia's New Silk Roads
Chapter 13: Building Human Rights Framework on Data Localization: Lessons from Internet Shutdown Jurisprudence
Chapter 14: European Digital Sovereignty, Data Protection and the Push Towards Data Localisation