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法、テクノロジーと社会

Law, Technology and Society : Reimagining the Regulatory Environment

(Law Science and Society)

Brownsword, Roger

Taylor & Francis 2019/02
352 p. 24 cm.   
装丁: Pap   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780815356462
装丁違いISBN: 0815356455
KCN: 1033358422
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KDC: D110 法哲学・法思想・法理論
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This book considers the implications of the regulatory burden being borne increasingly by technological management rather than by rules of law. If crime is controlled, if human health and safety are secured, if the environment is protected, not by rules but by measures of technological management-designed into products, processes, places and so on-what should we make of this transformation? In an era of smart regulatory technologies, how should we understand the `regulatory environment', and the `complexion' of its regulatory signals? How does technological management sit with the Rule of Law and with the traditional ideals of legality, legal coherence, and respect for liberty, human rights and human dignity? What is the future for the rules of criminal law, torts and contract law-are they likely to be rendered redundant? How are human informational interests to be specified and protected? Can traditional rules of law survive not only the emergent use of technological management but also a risk management mentality that pervades the collective engagement with new technologies? Even if technological management is effective, is it acceptable? Are we ready for rule by technology? Undertaking a radical examination of the disruptive effects of technology on the law and the legal mind-set, Roger Brownsword calls for a triple act of re-imagination: first, re-imagining legal rules as one element of a larger regulatory environment of which technological management is also a part; secondly, re-imagining the Rule of Law as a constraint on the arbitrary exercise of power (whether exercised through rules or through technological measures); and, thirdly, re-imagining the future of traditional rules of criminal law, tort law, and contract law.

Table of Contents

CONTENTS Preface Prologue In the Year 2061: From Law to Technological Management Part One: Re-imagining the Regulatory Environment The Regulatory Environment: An Extended Field of Inquiry The `Complexion' of the Regulatory Environment Three Regulatory Responsibilities: Red Lines, Reasonableness, and Technological Management Part Two: Re-imagining Legal Values The Ideal of Legality and the Rule of Law The Ideal of Coherence The Liberal Critique of Coercion: Law, Liberty and Technology Part Three: Re-imagining Legal Rules Legal Rules, Technological Disruption, and Legal/Regulatory Mind-Sets Regulating Crime: The Future of the Criminal Law Regulating Interactions: The Future of Tort Law Regulating Transactions: The Future of Contracts Regulating the Information Society: The Future of Privacy, Data Protection Law and Consent Epilogue In the Year 2161