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Digital Identity: An Emergent Legal Concept Paperback – 30 June 2011

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  • Publisher : University of Adelaide Press (30 June 2011)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 180 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0980723019
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0980723014
  • Dimensions : 17.81 x 0.97 x 25.4 cm
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'In today's digital environment the concept of identity is an issue of much greater complexity than it was in the days of the offline world. Our digital identity can exist in many forms and for many different purposes. Its existence on the Web becomes a currency that can be unscrupulously traded and abused.

It has never been more important to protect the concept of "who we are". We are at the beginning of a new discipline of Web Science in which such issues need to be researched across disciplines. This text offers an excellent starting point for work in this area.'

Professor Stephen Saxby, School of Law, University of Southampton.

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