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Digital constitutionalism : the role of internet bills of rights

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Celeste, Edoardo.
서명 / 저자사항
Digital constitutionalism : the role of internet bills of rights / Edoardo Celeste.
발행사항
Abingdon, Oxon ;   New York, NY :   Routledge,   2023.  
형태사항
viii, 242 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
총서사항
Law of emerging technologies
ISBN
9781032189055 9781032189062
요약
"Investigating the impact of digital technology on contemporary constitutionalism, this book offers an overview of the transformations that are currently occurring at constitutional level, highlighting their link with ongoing societal changes. It reconstructs the multiple ways in which constitutional law is reacting to these challenges and explores the role of one original response to this phenomenon: the emergence of Internet bills of rights. Over the past few years, a significant number of Internet bills of rights have emerged around the world. These documents represent non-legally binding declarations promoted mostly by individuals and civil society groups that articulate rights and principles for the digital society. This book argues that these initiatives reflect a change in the constitutional ecosystem. The transformations prompted by the digital revolution in our society ferment under a vault of constitutional norms shaped for 'analogue' communities. Constitutional law struggles to address all the challenges of the digital environment. In this context, Internet bills of rights, by emerging outside traditional institutional processes, represent a unique response to suggest new constitutional solutions for the digital age. Explaining how constitutional law is reacting to the advent of the digital revolution and analysing the constitutional function of Internet Bills of Rights in this context, this book offers a global comparative investigation of the latest transformations that digital technology is generating in the constitutional ecosystem and highlights the plural and multilevel process that is contributing to shape constitutional norms for the Internet age"--
일반주기
Based on author's thesis (doctoral - University College Dublin, 2020).  
내용주기
Introduction -- A new constitutional moment -- Constitutional counteractions -- Norms beyond the state -- The constitutionalisation of the digital society -- Digital constitutionalism -- Towards an Internet Constitution? -- The force of declarations -- Understanding the digital society -- Empowering global people -- Translating fundamental rights -- Constitutional innovation -- Conclusion.
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Human rights. Technological innovations --Law and legislation. Internet --Law and legislation.
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520 ▼a "Investigating the impact of digital technology on contemporary constitutionalism, this book offers an overview of the transformations that are currently occurring at constitutional level, highlighting their link with ongoing societal changes. It reconstructs the multiple ways in which constitutional law is reacting to these challenges and explores the role of one original response to this phenomenon: the emergence of Internet bills of rights. Over the past few years, a significant number of Internet bills of rights have emerged around the world. These documents represent non-legally binding declarations promoted mostly by individuals and civil society groups that articulate rights and principles for the digital society. This book argues that these initiatives reflect a change in the constitutional ecosystem. The transformations prompted by the digital revolution in our society ferment under a vault of constitutional norms shaped for 'analogue' communities. Constitutional law struggles to address all the challenges of the digital environment. In this context, Internet bills of rights, by emerging outside traditional institutional processes, represent a unique response to suggest new constitutional solutions for the digital age. Explaining how constitutional law is reacting to the advent of the digital revolution and analysing the constitutional function of Internet Bills of Rights in this context, this book offers a global comparative investigation of the latest transformations that digital technology is generating in the constitutional ecosystem and highlights the plural and multilevel process that is contributing to shape constitutional norms for the Internet age"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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Table of Contents
1 – Introduction *

2 – A new constitutional moment *

Constitutional equilibrium *

Digital revolution *

Power over digital lives *

Orwellian nightmares *

New rulers *

Digital rights *

Enhanced freedoms *

Higher risks *

Constitutional change *

3 – Constitutional counteractions *

Targeted transformations *

Four examples *

Right to digital information *

Due process online *

Right to Internet access *

Data protection *

Uneven elaboration *

4 – Norms beyond the state *

A functional approach *

Constitutions and declarations *

Constitutional charters *

Limits of constitutions *

Internet bills of rights *

Public and private legislators *

Advantages of ordinary law *

Some examples *

Lex digitalis *

Lex Facebook *

Code as a constitution *

Courts and arbitrators *

National and supranational courts *

Private arbiters *

ICANN’s arbitrators *

5 – The constitutionalisation of the digital society *

Constitutional pluralism *

The age of globalisation *

Multilevel theory *

Double reflexivity *

A single phenomenon *

Plurality and fragmentation *

Progressive translation *

Societal input *

6 – Digital constitutionalism *

Constitutionalism vs constitutionalisation *

The values of constitutionalism *

Constitutionalism in the digital age *

A new constitutionalism? *

7 – Towards an Internet Constitution? *

‘Bytes can never hurt me’ *

The end of innocence *

A constitution for the Internet *

Lessig: The constitution in the Internet *

Teubner: Civil constitutions *

Pernice: The constitution of the Internet society *

Rodotà: A charter of rights for the Internet *

Following Rodotà’s model *

Internet bills of rights *

Constitutional tone *

Limited scholarship *

A constitutional role? *

Datasets *

8 – The force of declarations *

Proto-constitutional discourses *

Experimentalism *

Communicability *

Gradualism *

Compensation and stimulation *

9 – Understanding the digital society *

A new law of the horse? *

Litmus test *

A complex delimitation *

What is really ‘the Internet’? *

Datasets *

Institutions *

Reasons *

Relations *

Future-proof norms *

10 – Empowering global people *

Universal reach *

Restricting private power *

An enlarged social contract *

Participatory deliberation *

Theoretical models *

Individuals *

Civil society *

National parliaments *

International organisations *

Global multi-stakeholder forums *

A new constituent power *

11 – Translating fundamental rights *

An aerial view *

Common roots *

Human dignity *

Life, liberty and security *

Protection of children and disabled people *

Right to a healthy environment *

Economic freedom *

Online as offline *

Freedom of expression *

Freedom and secrecy of correspondence *

Freedom of association and assembly *

Generalisation and re-specification *

Non-discrimination *

Right to privacy *

Due process *

12 – Constitutional innovation *

New rights *

Data protection *

E-democracy *

Internet access *

A right to a digital forum *

Public service value *

Responsibilities *

Governance *

13 – Conclusion *

Contrasting constitutional anaemia *

The legacy of Internet bills of rights *

Challenges of digital constitutionalism *

Appendix A *

Bibliography *

Books and journal articles *

Index *

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