‘How Technology Disrupts Private Law: An Exploratory Study of California and Switzerland as Innovative Jurisdictions’

“2018 is the first year in history when more than half of the world’s population is online. Since its dawn, the Internet has changed many aspects of daily life. The first wave of the Internet saw a change in communication: the use of e-mails and the rise of Internet browsers facilitated online transactions and marked the beginning of global access to goods. Then came wider access to services, in what is by now called the ‘gig’ economy: Internet platforms started matching demand and supply in sectors such as transportation, tourism and even entertainment …” (more)

[Catalina Goanta, Oxford Business Law Blog, 4 December]

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