New Technology, Big Data and the Law

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New Technology, Big Data and the Law. / Corrales Compagnucci, Marcelo (Editor); Fenwick, Mark (Editor); Forgó, Nikolaus (Editor).

Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore, 2017. 330 p. (Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation).

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Harvard

Corrales Compagnucci, M, Fenwick, M & Forgó, N (eds) 2017, New Technology, Big Data and the Law. Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation, Springer Nature Singapore, Singapore.

APA

Corrales Compagnucci, M., Fenwick, M., & Forgó, N. (Eds.) (2017). New Technology, Big Data and the Law. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore. Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation

Vancouver

Corrales Compagnucci M, (ed.), Fenwick M, (ed.), Forgó N, (ed.). New Technology, Big Data and the Law. Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore, 2017. 330 p. (Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation).

Author

Corrales Compagnucci, Marcelo (Editor) ; Fenwick, Mark (Editor) ; Forgó, Nikolaus (Editor). / New Technology, Big Data and the Law. Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore, 2017. 330 p. (Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation).

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