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The Laws of Man Over Vehicles Unmanned : a special issue of the JLIS.

The Laws of Man Over Vehicles Unmanned : a special issue of the JLIS.

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This special edition brings together leading academics and experts from around the world to discuss the legal, social and ethical issues of unmanned (drone) technologies in both the civilian and military spheres.

Index:

Philip Alston, Lethal Robotic Technologies: The Implications for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law

Tim McCormack :Regulating the Use of Unmanned Combat Vehicles in Armed Conflict: Are General Principles of International Humanitarian Law Sufficient?

Armin Krishnan : UVs, Network-centric Operations, and the Challenge for Arms Control

Rob McLaughlin : Unmanned Naval Vehicles at Sea: USVs, UUVs,and the adequacy of the law.

Mary Ellen O'Connel : Seductive Drones: Learning from a Decade of Lethal Operations

Noel Sharkey : Automating Warfare: Lessons Learned from the Drones

Markus Wagner : Taking Humans Out of the Loop: Implications for International Humanitarian Law

Jim Davis : The (common) Laws of Man Over (civilian) Vehicles Unmanned

Gabriel Hallevy : Unmanned Vehicles - Subordination to Criminal Law Uner the Modern Concept of Criminal Liability

Anna Masutti : The Regulation of Unmanned Air Vehicle Use in Common Airspace

Ugo Pagallo : Guns, Ships, and Chauffeurs: The Civilian Use of UV Technology and its Impact on Legal Systems

Stephen Wu Unmanned Vehicles and US product liability law

Brendan Gogarty Unmanned Vehicles, surveillance saturation and prisons of the mind

This special edition brings together leading academics and experts from around the world to discuss the legal, social and ethical issues of unmanned (drone) technologies in both the civilian and military spheres.

Index:

Philip Alston, Lethal Robotic Technologies: The Implications for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law

Tim McCormack :Regulating the Use of Unmanned Combat Vehicles in Armed Conflict: Are General Principles of International Humanitarian Law Sufficient?

Armin Krishnan : UVs, Network-centric Operations, and the Challenge for Arms Control

Rob McLaughlin : Unmanned Naval Vehicles at Sea: USVs, UUVs,and the adequacy of the law.

Mary Ellen O'Connel : Seductive Drones: Learning from a Decade of Lethal Operations

Noel Sharkey : Automating Warfare: Lessons Learned from the Drones

Markus Wagner : Taking Humans Out of the Loop: Implications for International Humanitarian Law

Jim Davis : The (common) Laws of Man Over (civilian) Vehicles Unmanned

Gabriel Hallevy : Unmanned Vehicles - Subordination to Criminal Law Uner the Modern Concept of Criminal Liability

Anna Masutti : The Regulation of Unmanned Air Vehicle Use in Common Airspace

Ugo Pagallo : Guns, Ships, and Chauffeurs: The Civilian Use of UV Technology and its Impact on Legal Systems

Stephen Wu Unmanned Vehicles and US product liability law

Brendan Gogarty Unmanned Vehicles, surveillance saturation and prisons of the mind

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10/13/2013

 
This volume may be cited as(2011/2012) 21(2) JLISPublished in 2011ISSN-0729-1485Articles, books for review, subscriptions outside North Americaand all enquiries should be addressed to:The Editor Journal of Law, Information and Sciencec/- The Law SchoolUniversity of TasmaniaPrivate Bag 89Hobart Tasmania 7001AustraliaSubscriptions within North America should be addressed to:Wm W Gaunt & Sons IncGaunt Building3011 Gulf DriveHolmes Beach Florida 34217-2199USACopyright © 2012 University of TasmaniaAll rights reserved. Subject to the law of copyright no part of this publicationmay be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise,without the permission of the owner of the copyright. All enquiries seekingpermission to reproduce any part of this publication should be addressed inthe first instance to The Editor, Journal of Law, Information and Science, c/-Law School, University of Tasmania, Private Bag 89, Hobart, Tasmania 7001,Australia.Published by: Printed by:Law School UniPrintUniversity of Tasmania University of TasmaniaPrivate Bag 89 Private Bag 15Hobart Tasmania 7001 Hobart Tasmania 7001Australia Australia
 
Editorial Board
Chairman
The Hon M D Kirby AC CMG
Editor
Dr Brendan GogartyLaw School, University of Tasmania
Associate Editor
Professor Dianne NicolLaw School, University of Tasmania
 Managing Editor
Bruce Newey, LLB(Hons) LLM
 Members
Professor E AkindemowoProfessor of LawThomas Jefferson School of Law
 
Professor G ChoGeographic Information Systems & the LawUniversity of CanberraProfessor J Mattick Institute for Molecular BioscienceUniversity of Queensland
 
The Hon Justice P Heerey Judge, Federal Court of AustraliaMelbourne
 
Professor A CampbellCentre for Biomedical EthicsYong Loo Lin School of MedicineNational University of Singapore
 
Professor G LaurieSchool of LawUniversity of Edinburgh
 
Dr J KayeCentre for Health, Law and EmergingTechnologies, University of OxfordDr S GibbonsThe Ethox CentreUniversity of Oxford
 
Associate Professor J ForderFaculty of LawBond University
 
Dr Melissa DeZwartUniversity of South AustraliaProfessor A ChristieDavies Collision Cave Professor of Intellectual PropertyDirector, Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia,University of Melbourne
 
Professor L EdwardsUniversity of SheffieldProfessor J BingNorwegian Research Centre for Computers &LawUniversity of Oslo
 
Professor M PurvisProfessor of Information ScienceUniversity of Otago
 
Dr M RimmerFaculty of LawAustralian National University
 
Professor K BowreyFaculty of LawUniversity of New South Wales
 
Professor D VaverSt Peter's CollegeUniversity of Oxford
 
Associate Professor D MendelsonSchool of LawDeakin University
 
Hon Magistrate Dr Roger Alasdair BrownLocal Court of New South WalesProfessor W van CaenegemFaculty of LawBond University
 

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