Wednesday, 24 May 2017

EuCML - call for papers on digital sphere and consumers


New technologies are evolving at a fast rate, serving consumers and posing new threats in equal measures. It is for lawyers to keep up and perhaps anticipate what regulatory needs may present themselves in future. While the European Commission is busy with a review of intermediary's liability and the Regulation of the platform economy, other technologies are worthy of attention, although they may not yet be on the legislative agenda. EuCML (Journal of European Consumer and Market Law) wishes to attract articles at the cutting edge of development in the digital sphere. We therefore welcome articles on (but not limited to) the legal implications of:
  • big data, deep learning
  • chat bots
  • progressive web apps
  • 3D printing
  • human microchips
  • block chain technology
  • driverless cars
  • internet of things
  • the use of artificial intelligence
  • any other subject we have not yet come across and that will have an impact on consumers and their protection.
Submissions should be sent digitally via e-mail in Word format to the Editors at
All articles are double blind peer-reviewed. Articles should preferably not be longer than 10.000 words and follow our submissions guidelines (OSCOLA), available at: 

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