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Has personal property law in England failed to deal with the impact of digitalisation?

  • Laws are ambiguous

    With the advancement of technology, More things have moved online, For example, Books become digitalized. Obviously, Readers or viewers do not own the book as the owner owns it. There is not a law clearly addressing the problem, Therefore I argue that personal property law in England has failed to deal with the problem

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