Op werkdagen voor 23:00 besteld, morgen in huis Gratis verzending vanaf €20
, , , e.a.

Transformations in Criminal Jurisdiction

Extraterritoriality and Enforcement

Gebonden Engels 2023 9781509954223
Verwachte levertijd ongeveer 5 werkdagen


Can traditional approaches to criminal jurisdiction adapt to the new global reality of the digital era?

In this innovative book, leading experts in criminal, international and internet law unite to address this fundamental question. They consider how jurisdictional regimes are orientated around concepts of territoriality and extraterritoriality, how these categories are increasingly blurred in the digital era, and how a range of jurisdictional transformations are occurring in the process.

Part I presents novel doctrinal, empirical and theoretical perspectives on criminal jurisdiction, exploring how states are shaping and reimagining jurisdictional concepts in the crafting and interpretation of criminal offences, and the ramifications of increasing jurisdictional concurrency in state practice.

Part II focuses on the investigative and enforcement powers of the state to assess how these issues are transforming traditional understandings of jurisdictional rules and boundaries, the challenges and opportunities that these present for law enforcement authorities, and the sorts of constraints and safeguards that may be necessary as a result. The picture that emerges is a world of jurisdictional rules in a state of flux, which demands the diversity of legal perspectives presented in this book for documenting, rationalising and moving beyond the transformations that are taking shape in modern statecraft.


Aantal pagina's:400


Wees de eerste die een lezersrecensie schrijft!

Over Julia Hörnle

Julia Hörnle is Professor of Internet Law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University of London. She has taught and researched internet law and cybercrime law since 2001, after having worked as a solicitor. Her research interests focus on the issues of cross-border regulation and dispute resolution on the internet. She has published over 60 articles and three books. She has taught internationally at Beijing, Shanghai, Vienna, and Singapore. She has also been a research scholar at Georgetown University in Washington DC. She is also the Managing Editor of the International Journal of Law and Information Technology (Oxford University Press). She has acted as expert on issues related to international internet dispute resolution for the UK government, the European Commission and the Council of Europe.

Andere boeken door Julia Hörnle


Introduction, Micheál Ó Floinn (University of Glasgow, UK), Lindsay Farmer (University of Glasgow, UK), Julia Hörnle (Queen Mary University of London, UK) and David Ormerod (University College London, UK)

Part One: Prescriptive Jurisdiction
1. The Presumption against Extraterritorial Criminal Jurisdiction, Alejandro Chehtman (Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Argentina)
2. Text-Driven Jurisdiction in Cyberspace, Mireille Hildebrandt (Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium)
3. Extraterritorial Ambit through Offence Definitions, Technology and Economic Power, Darryl Brown (University of Virginia, USA)
4. The Jurisdictional Reach of Corporate Criminal Offences in a Globalised Economy: Effectiveness and Guarantees 'Taken Seriously', Vincenzo Mongillo (Unitelma Sapienza University of Rome, Italy)
5. Extraterritorial Criminal Jurisdiction in International Law: Time for an Empirical Examination, Matthew Garrod (University of Sussex, UK)
6. Human Rights as Penal Drivers across the World, Mattia Pinto (University of York, UK)

Part Two: Enforcement Jurisdiction
7. Enforcement Jurisdiction in A-territorial Spaces: Addressing Crime on the High Seas and in Cyberspace, Cedric Ryngaert (Utrecht University, the Netherlands)
8. Fitbit Health Data, Apple's Geodata and Google Searches: Cross-Border Law Enforcement and the Territoriality Principle, Uta Kohl (University of Southampton, UK)
9. What Triggers the Extraterritorial Application of Fundamental Rights? From Effective Control Over Territory to State Act Theory in Cross-Border Surveillance, Julia Hörnle (Queen Mary University of London, UK)
10. Enforcement Jurisdiction and CLOUD Act Agreements: Clarity or Confusion? Tim Cochrane (University of Cambridge, UK)
11. Law Enforcement Access to Encrypted Data across Borders, Jessica Shurson (University of Sussex, UK)
12. Unexplained Wealth Orders against Politically Exposed Persons as a Response to Jurisdictional Limitations: Problems and Potential, Áine Clancy (University of Sheffield, UK)

Managementboek Top 100


Populaire producten



        Transformations in Criminal Jurisdiction