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Publications:  Prof Julia Hornle

Bakalis C, Hornle J(2021). The Role of Social Media Companies in the Regulation of Online Hate Speech. 75-100.
Hörnle J, Schmidt-Kessen M, Littler A, Padumadasa E(2019). Regulating online advertising for gambling – once the genie is out of the bottle …. Information & Communications Technology Law vol. 28, (3) 1-24.
Hornle J, Littler A(2019). evaluation of regulatory tools for enforcing online gambling rules and channelling demand towards controlled offers: an overview of the report completed for the european commission. Gaming Law Review vol. 6, 1-10.
Hornle J(2019). ‘Online Gambling: Children among Easy Prey for Advertisers who Face Few Sanctions’. The Conversation
HORNLE J(2019). Juggling More Than Three Balls At Once: Multi-level Jurisdictional Challenges in EU Data Protection Regulation. International Journal of Law and Information Technology vol. 27, (1)
HORNLE J, Littler A, SCHMIDT-KESSEN M, TYSON G, PADUMADASA E (2019). Evaluation of Regulatory Tools for Enforcing Online Gambling Rules and Channelling Demand towards Controlled Offers. European Commission Brussels (European Commission Website),
HORNLE J(2018). A Sieve that Does Hold a Little Water – Gambling Advertising and Protection of the Vulnerable in the UK. Journal of Legal Studies
Hornle J(2017). Global social media vs local values: Private international law should protect local consumer rights by using the public policy exception?. COMPUTER LAW & SECURITY REVIEW vol. 34, (2) 391-397.
Hörnle J(2017). European Court of Human Rights on Finding the Right Balance in Respect of Employer Email Monitoring – An Opportunity Missed!. SCRIPTed vol. 14, (1) 100-112.
Hoernle J(2014). Is linking communicating?. COMPUTER LAW & SECURITY REVIEW vol. 30, (4) 439-444.
HORNLE J(2013). Encouraging Online Alternative Dispute Resolution in the EU and Beyond. European Law Review vol. 38, 187-208.
HORNLE J (2012). Encouraging Online Dispute Resolution in the EU and Beyond - Keeping Costs Low or Standards High?. no. No. 122/2012,
HORNLE J(2012). Book Review: Chris Reed Making Laws for Cyberspace. International Journal of Law and Information Technology vol. 20, (4) 370-384.
HORNLE J, Hon WK, Millard C(2012). Data Protection Jurisdiction and Cloud Computing – When are Cloud Users and Providers Subject to EU Data Protection Law? The Cloud of Unknowing. International Review of Law Computers Technology vol. 26, (2-3)
HORNLE J(2012). Premature or Stillborn? The Recent Challenge to the Digital Economy Act. Computer Law and Security Review: the International Journal of Technology Law and Practice vol. 28, (1) 83-89.
HORNLE J(2011). Countering the dangers of online pornography - shrewd regulation of lewd content?. European Journal of Law and Technology vol. 2, (1) 1-26.
HORNLE J(2011). Online Gambling in the European Union: a Tug of War without a Winner?. Yearbook of European Law vol. 30, (1) 255-297.
HORNLE J(2010). How to control interception-does the UK strike the right balance?. Computer Law and Security Review vol. 26, (2) 649-654.
Hornle J(2010). Countering the Dangers of Online Pornography Shrewd Regulation of Lewd Content. Queen Mary
Hornle J(2010). Cross-border Online Gambling Law and Policy. Edward Elgar Cheltenham
Hornle J(2010). Online Gambling in the European Union: a Tug of War without a Winner?. Editors: None, SSRN
HORNLE J(2010). The Jurisdictional Challenge of the Internet. Law and the Internet, Editors: Edwards, L, Waelde, C, vol. Chapter 3, Hart (Oxford),
HORNLE J(2009). Cross-Border Internet Dispute Resolution. Cambridge University Press
HORNLE J(2008). Legal Controls on the Use of Arbitration Clauses in B2C e-commerce Contracts. Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology vol. 1, 23-38.
HORNLE J(2008). The Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Procedure: is too much of a good thing a bad thing?. SMU Science and Technology Law Review vol. 11, 253-253.
HORNLE J(2005). Country of Origin Regulation in Cross-border Media-One Step beyond the Freedom to Provide services?. International Comparative Law Quarterly vol. 54, 89-126.
HORNLE J(2005). Moznosti a perspektivy on-line rozhodciho rizeni v Ceske republice a Spojenem kralovstvi. Právní Fórum vol. 2, 45-50.
HORNLE J(2004). Global Regulation of Internet Transactions. Encyclopedia of E-Commerce Law, Editors: Stokes, S, Robert, C, Sweet & Maxwell
HORNLE J(2004). Online pharmacies:at the borderline of legality?. Electronic Business Law vol. 6, 6-9.
HORNLE J(2004). The UK Perspective on the Country of Origin Rule in the E-commerce Directive-A Rule of Administrative Law Disputes?. International Journal of Law and Information Technology vol. 12, (3) 333-363.
HORNLE J(2004). The complexities of distance selling. Electronic Business Law vol. 6, 6-9.
HORNLE J(2003). Alternative Dispute Resolution in the European Union. Electronic Business Law vol. 5,
HORNLE J(2003). Online Dispute Resolution. Bernstein's Handbook of Arbitration Law & Practice 4th Edition, Editors: Tackaberry, J, Marriott, A, Sweet & Maxwell (London),
HORNLE J(2003). Online Dispute Resolution - the Emperor's New Clothes. International Review of Law, Computers and Technology vol. 17, (1) 27-37.
HORNLE J(2002). Competition and E-Commerce. Computer Law and Security Report155-163.
HORNLE J(2002). Internet Service Provider Liability: Let's (not) play piggy in the middle. Communications Law vol. 7, 85-88.
HORNLE J(2002). Online Dispute Resolution in Business to Consumer E-Commerce Transactions. Journal of Information, Law & Technology vol. 7, (2)
HORNLE J(2002). The European Extra-Judicial Network -overcoming the obstacles. Communications Law vol. 7, 143-145.
HORNLE J(2001). Disputes Solved in Cyberspace and the Rule of Law. Journal of Information, Law & Technology vol. 6, (2)
WALDEN IN, Hornle J(2001). E-Commerce Law and Practice in Europe. Woodhead Publishing (Cambridge),
HORNLE J(2001). Private International Law and E-finance: the European Perspective. O Comércio Electrónico: Estudos Juridico-Económicos, Editors: Teixeira, G, Almedina (Coimbra),
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