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Law 2.0 – Robots, social media and the traditional legal framework

Jan De Bruyne (UGent) and Cedric Vanleenhove (UGent)
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De Bruyne, Jan, and Cedric Vanleenhove. “Law 2.0 – Robots, Social Media and the Traditional Legal Framework.” Law 2.0. – New Methods, New Laws : 7th International Conference of PhD Students and Young Researchers, edited by Vigita Vebraite et al., Vilnius University Press, 2019, pp. 78–92.
APA
De Bruyne, J., & Vanleenhove, C. (2019). Law 2.0 – Robots, social media and the traditional legal framework. In V. Vebraite, K. Mickute, & I. M. Ragaisyte (Eds.), Law 2.0. – New methods, new laws : 7th International Conference of PhD Students and Young Researchers (pp. 78–92). Vilnius: Vilnius University Press.
Chicago author-date
De Bruyne, Jan, and Cedric Vanleenhove. 2019. “Law 2.0 – Robots, Social Media and the Traditional Legal Framework.” In Law 2.0. – New Methods, New Laws : 7th International Conference of PhD Students and Young Researchers, edited by Vigita Vebraite, Karolina Mickute, and Ieva Marija Ragaisyte, 78–92. Vilnius: Vilnius University Press.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
De Bruyne, Jan, and Cedric Vanleenhove. 2019. “Law 2.0 – Robots, Social Media and the Traditional Legal Framework.” In Law 2.0. – New Methods, New Laws : 7th International Conference of PhD Students and Young Researchers, ed by. Vigita Vebraite, Karolina Mickute, and Ieva Marija Ragaisyte, 78–92. Vilnius: Vilnius University Press.
Vancouver
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De Bruyne J, Vanleenhove C. Law 2.0 – Robots, social media and the traditional legal framework. In: Vebraite V, Mickute K, Ragaisyte IM, editors. Law 20 – New methods, new laws : 7th International Conference of PhD Students and Young Researchers. Vilnius: Vilnius University Press; 2019. p. 78–92.
IEEE
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J. De Bruyne and C. Vanleenhove, “Law 2.0 – Robots, social media and the traditional legal framework,” in Law 2.0. – New methods, new laws : 7th International Conference of PhD Students and Young Researchers, Vilnius, 2019, pp. 78–92.
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  author       = {De Bruyne, Jan and Vanleenhove, Cedric},
  booktitle    = {Law 2.0. – New methods, new laws : 7th International Conference of PhD Students and Young Researchers},
  editor       = {Vebraite, Vigita and Mickute, Karolina and Ragaisyte, Ieva Marija},
  isbn         = {9786090702642},
  language     = {eng},
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  pages        = {78--92},
  publisher    = {Vilnius University Press},
  title        = {Law 2.0 – Robots, social media and the traditional legal framework},
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  year         = {2019},
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