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Reed C, Murray A(2018). Rethinking the Jurisprudence of Cyberspace. Edward Elgar Publishing
Reed C(2018). How should we regulate artificial intelligence?. Philos Trans A Math Phys Eng Sci vol. 376, (2128)
10.1098/rsta.2017.0360
REED CM(2018). Why Judges Need Jurisprudence in Cyberspace. Legal Studies
10.1017/lst.2017.15
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/41925
REED CM, SATHYANARAYAN U, RUAN S, Collins J(2018). Beyond BitCoin – legal impurities and off-chain assets. International Journal of Law and Information Technology vol. 26, (2)
10.1093/ijlit/eay006
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/36943
REED CM (2015). A4Cloud Tools, Liability and Compliance Investigations.
REED CM(2015). Information in the cloud: ownership, control and accountability. Privacy and Legal Issues in Cloud Computing, Elgar Publishing
REED CM (2015). The Rise of Investigations by European Data Protection Authorities in the Context of Cloud Computing.
REED CM (2015). Using Intellectual Property in the Creative Industries.
REED CM(2014). You talkin’ to me. Jon Bing A Tribute, Gyldendal
REED CM (2013). Governance in Cloud Computing. no. No. 157,
REED CM(2013). Cloud Governance: the Way Forward. Cloud Computing Law, Editors: Millard, CJ, Edition. 1st, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
REED CM(2012). Making Laws for Cyberspace. Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Reed C(2011). Computer Law. Editors: Reed, CM, OUP Oxford
Reed C(2010). How to Make Bad Law: Lessons from Cyberspace. Modern Law Review vol. 73, Article 6, 903-932.
10.1111/j.1468-2230.2010.00824.x
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/1924
REED CM(2010). Information 'Ownership' in the Cloud. Editors: Teixeira, G, Carvalho, AS, Almedina (Coimbra),
Reed C(2010). Information ‘Ownership’ in the Cloud. Os 10 Anos de Investigação135-159.
Reed C(2010). Online and Offline Equivalence: Aspiration and Achievement. International Journal of Law and Information Technology vol. Issue 3, (Volume 18) 248-273.
10.1093/ijlit/eaq006
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/1056
Reed C(2010). Why must you be mean to me? Crime and the online persona. New Criminal Law Review vol. 13, (3) 485-514.
10.1525/nclr.2010.13.3.485
https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/2082
REED C(2009). Policies for Intermediary Immunity. Computers & Law vol. 19, (6)
REED C(2009). The challenge of hate speech online. Information & Communications Technology Law vol. 18, (2) 79-82.
10.1080/13600830902812202
REED CM(2007). Taking Sides on Technology Neutrality. SCRIPT-ed vol. 4, 263-284.
10.2966/scrip.040307.263
REED CM(2007). The Law of Unintended Consequences – embedded business models in IT regulation. Journal of Information, Law and Technology vol. 12, 1-2.
REED C(2007). Computer Law, 6th edition. Editors: Reed, CM, Angel, JA, Oxford University Press
REED CM(2007). Database Protection. Computer Law: the law and regulation of information technology, Editors: Reed, C, Angel, J, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
REED CM(2004). Internet Law: Text and Materials, 2nd edition. Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
REED CM(2003). Liability of on-line information providers – towards a global solution. International Review of Law, Computing & Technology vol. 17.3, 255-265.
10.1080/1360086032000174360
REED CM(2003). Computer Law, 5th edition. Oxford University Press (Oxford),
REED CM(2003). Electronic Commerce. Computer Law, 5th edition, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
REED CM, Welterveden A(2003). Liability. Computer Law, 5th edition, Oxford University Press (Oxford),
REED CM(2002). Will on-line gambling become lawful. Computer Law & Security Report vol. 18, (1) 53-55.
REED CM(2001). Legally binding electronic documents - digital signatures and authentication. International Lawyer vol. 35, (1) 89-106.
REED CM(2001). Managing Regulatory Jurisdiction: Cross-Border Online Financial Services and the European Union Single Market for Information Society Service. Houston Law Review vol. 38, 1003-1035.
REED C(2001). On-line financial services in the European Union - jurisdictional arbitrage in cross-border e-commerce. Houston Law Review vol. 38, 1003-1035.
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