Abstract and Keywords
Mapping intermediary liability online is a high call impelled by the fragmentation of intermediary liability legislation, regulation, and case law that, nonetheless, apply to globalized online service providers operating across the world in an interdependent digital environment. The Oxford Handbook of Online Intermediary Liability endeavours to substantially contribute to this mapping exercise, both from a subject-specific and jurisdictional perspective, while highlighting emerging trends in a field of research that has been fast-evolving and is today in a constant, quite unpredictable, flux. This chapter contextualizes the mapping exercise undertaken by the contributors to the Handbook. It introduces the findings of subsequent chapters and sews them together in an organic discourse to provide a blueprint for the consistent development of those chapters as it sets out in advance the most relevant trends according to which the structure of the Handbook has been generated.
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