- Legal Frameworks,
- Digital Activities
Copyright (c) 2023 Muhammad Imam Effendi, Sri Budi Purwaningsih
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This curated dataset, sourced from Lens.org, compiles 120 journal articles exploring Cyberlaw's intersection with students. Leveraging specific filters, 9 law-focused articles were meticulously selected. The primary goal was to provide a comprehensive view of Cyberlaw's global landscape concerning student populations. Analyzing active institutions, prolific authors, and key publications highlighted South Africa's significant contribution and shed light on the intricate relationship between legal frameworks and students' digital activities. Notable trends across publication years were identified, including influential works such as L. Lessig's 1999 publication, "The Law of the Horse: What Cyberlaw Might Teach." This dataset serves as a valuable resource for researchers seeking insights into Cyberlaw's dynamics concerning student communities worldwide.
- Curated dataset of 120 articles on Cyberlaw and Students
- Emphasis on the relationship between legal frameworks and students' digital activities
- Valuable insights for understanding Cyberlaw dynamics within student contexts
Keywords: Cyberlaw, Students, Dataset, Legal Frameworks, Digital Activities
- A. Bettelheim, "New Era in Digital Trade," CONG. Q. WKLY, vol. 18.
- L. Lessig, "The Law of the Horse: What Cyberlaw Might Teach," Harvard Law Review, vol. 113, 2000.
- A. L Allen, "Gender and Privacy in Cyberspace," Stanford Law Review, vol. 52, 2001.
- A. Lynne Bomse, "The Dependence of Cyberspace," Duke Law Journal, vol. 50, 2003.
- N. Kumar Katyal, "Digital Architecture as Crime Control," The Yale Law Journal, vol. 112, 2006.
- P. Swire, "Elephants and Mice Revisited: Law and Choice of Law on the Internet," University of Pennsylvania Law Review, vol. 153, 2009.
- R. Abel, "Law School," International Journal of the Legal Profession, vol. 16, 2017.
- H. B Kruger, H. Oosthuizen, "South Africa - safe haven for human traffickers? Employing the arsenal of existing law to combat human trafficking," Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal, vol. 15.
- N. Mokate Lehobye, "Plagiarism: Misconduct awareness on novice research within the cyberworld," Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal, vol. 13.
- F. Cassim, "Formulating specialised Legislation to address the Growing Spectre of Cybercrime: A Comparative Study," Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal, vol. 12.