The Uzbek Journal of Law and Digital Policy is an open access, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to exploring the intersection of law, technology, and society, with a focus on innovative and transformative ideas shaping the digital landscape. The journal serves as a platform for researchers, policymakers, practitioners, and thought leaders from diverse backgrounds to share their insights, stimulate debate, and contribute to the advancement of the field of cyberlaw.
We encourage original academic and practice-informed contributions not only from legal scholars and practitioners in the field of cyberlaw but also from experts in computer science, engineering, social sciences, humanities, and other relevant disciplines.
- Relevant topics include, but are not limited to:
- Cybersecurity and data protection
- Privacy and surveillance
- Intellectual property rights in the digital age
- Digital currencies and blockchain technology
- Artificial intelligence and machine learning
- Internet governance and regulation
- Digital trade and e-commerce
- Online dispute resolution and justice
- Ethics and human rights in cyberspace
- Cybercrime and cyber warfare
- Social media and digital communication
- Emerging technologies and their legal implications
- Digital accessibility and inclusion
- E-governance and smart cities
- Digital rights management and enforcement
- Legal aspects of the Internet of Things
- Platform regulation and intermediary liability
- Content moderation and freedom of expression
- Cyber diplomacy and international cyber law
- Education and professional development in cyberlaw
The journal also welcomes special collections proposed by guest editors that delve into pressing questions and emerging trends in cyberlaw. These collections aim to provide comprehensive coverage of specific topics, facilitate interdisciplinary discussions, and encourage new perspectives on the challenges and opportunities presented by the digital revolution. In recognition of the diverse backgrounds and interests of our readership, the editors are committed to promoting submissions that transcend disciplinary boundaries and engage in rigorous, inclusive discourse around the complexities, controversies, and innovations in the field of cyberlaw.