Subject: Call for book reviews

Dear All,

The members might be interested in this book review call by my colleague Dr. Daithí Mac Síthigh.

Best wishes,

The International Journal of Law and Information Technology (IJLIT), published by Oxford University Press, welcomes reviews of recent books in the field of law and IT. If you are interested in reviewing one of the following recently received books, please contact me at<>and I can send a copy to you. We ask for reviews of up to 1500 words (longer by arrangement or for reviews of more than one book), within 1-2 months of receipt of the book, following the style requirements set out at and

If there is another book that you think our readers would like to see reviewed (our scope is found at, you can also contact me and I can request a review copy from the publisher on your behalf.

Steinmetz, Hacked: a radical approach to hacker culture and crime
Costa, Virtuality and capabilities in a world of ambient intelligence
Aldewereld et al (eds), Social coordination frameworks for social technical systems
Adams et al (eds), Under observation: the interplay between eHealth and surveillance
Mittelstadt and Floridi (eds), The ethics of biomedical big data



Dr. Daithí Mac Síthigh
Associate Dean of Research & Innovation,
Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences,
Newcastle University

Reader in Law, Newcastle Law School

Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 8797<tel:+44%20191%20208%208797>
Twitter: @macsithigh

Dr Ilke Turkmendag
Lecturer in Law, Innovation, and Society
Newcastle Law School
21-24 Windsor Terrace
Newcastle University
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