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'This book provides a detailed and methodical overview of the contemporary contours of cyberspace law. It does a wonderful job explaining the evolution of online copyright law and trademark law issues, and also of predicting future developments. It also provides a clear and handy account of online privacy law, and the speech torts, especially defamation. This updated treatment of essential cyberspace law topics makes an exceptionally useful contribution to the field.'
– Ann Bartow, Pace University School of Law, US
'As one of the long-time leading scholars in the field, Professor Lipton has written a timely reconceptualization of cyberlaw as few others could do. In this comprehensive overview, Professor Lipton presents the nuances of the subject in an accessible manner that will be of interest not only to legal scholars or practitioners specializing in cyberlaw, but to anyone who has reflected on the unique nature of cyberspace and its regulation.'
– Marshall A. Leaffer, Indiana University Maurer School of Law, US
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'Virtual currencies, particularly crypt-currencies, have been identified as potential money laundering and terrorism financing instruments due to their ability to transfer money anonymously and instantaneously over the globe. Governments and regulators have also recognized the need to more closely monitor and track virtual currency purchases and accounts to avoid the industry being exploited for money laundering or terrorism financing purposes, as explained in this book. The broad overview of various international legal approaches attempting to address this issue would be a great resource for legal and anti-money laundering or counter terrorism financing graduate students, scholars and practitioners interested in virtual currencies research.'
– Raymond Choo, University of South Australia
'This book is a comprehensive, highly detailed review of cybercrime and the issues raised by gambling in virtual environments. It makes an excellent contribution to the evolving discussion about the risks and controls relating to these activities. I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in financial crime and virtual environments from an international perspective.'
– Liz Falconer, University of the West of England, UK
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