Checking date: 24/04/2023

Course: 2023/2024

Liability of new intermediaries in the market
Master in Civil Liability (Plan: 375 - Estudio: 339)


Department assigned to the subject: Private Law Department

Type: Electives
ECTS Credits: 3.0 ECTS


CB6 Capacity to contribute to an original and creative discussion CB7 Problem-solving capabilityes. CB8 Integrate knowledgements and face complexities CB9 Sound reasoning, and communication capabilities CB10 Development of learning capacities
Description of contents: programme
- Trusted third parties and gatekeepers - New scenarios for liability in the digital environment - Platform liability - Intermediary liability Paradigm Shift - AI sysems and liability revision
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 45
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 55

Basic Bibliography
  • RODRÍGUEZ DE LAS HERAS BALLELL, TERESA. Legal Aspects of Recommender Systems in the Web 2.0: Trust, Liability and Social Networking. en PAZOS ARIAS, Jose; FERNÁNDEZ VILAS, Ana; DÍAZ REDONDO, Rebeca P. (Eds.), Recommender Systems for the Social Web, Series ¿Intelligent Systems Reference Library¿ vol. 32, New York (etc): Springer-Verlag, 2012, pp. 43-62 . 2012
  • RODRÍGUEZ DE LAS HERAS BALLELL, TERESA. Refusal to Deal, Abuse of Rights and Competition Law in Electronic Markets and Digital Communities. European Review of Private Law, vol. 22, 5-2014, pp. 685-702. 2014
  • RODRÍGUEZ DE LAS HERAS BALLELL, TERESA. Terms of Use, Browse-Wrap Agreements and Technological Architecture: Spotting Possible Sources of Unconscionability in the Digital Era. Contratto e Impresa. Europa, 2/2009, pp. 841-861. 2009
  • RODRÍGUEZ DE LAS HERAS BALLELL, TERESA. Pre-contractual liability. Studies on Spanish-Philippines Private Law, Papers of the Private Law of the Philippnes and Spain International Scientific Congress, Málaga, April, 2015, pp. 87-104, ISBN: 13: 978-84-16399-11-6. 2015
  • RODRÍGUEZ DE LAS HERAS BALLELL, TERESA. A Comparative Analysis of Crowdfunding Rules in the EU and U.S.. Stanford TTLF Working Paper Series, Working Paper num. 28 - 2017

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