The volumes in the Research Handbooks in Information Law series examine the legal dimensions of issues arising out of an increasingly digitalized world. Edited by leading scholars in their respective fields, they explore such topics as data protection, advertising law, cybercrime and telecommunications, as well as many others. Taking as their common thread, the impact of information law on the world in which we live, they are unrivaled in their blend of critical, substantive analysis and synthesis of contemporary research. Each Research Handbook stands alone as an invaluable source of reference for all scholars interested in information law. Whether used as an information resource on key topics or as a platform for advanced study, volumes in this series will become definitive scholarly reference works in the field.