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REGLAS OFFLINE Y ONLINE PARA ESTABLECER LA JURISDICCIÓN EN INTERNET. MIRADA GLOBAL Y CASOS COLOMBIANOS Translated title: RULES FOR OFFLINE AND ONLINE IN DETERMINING INTERNET JURISDICTION. GLOBAL OVERVIEW AND COLOMBIAN CASES

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      El desarrollo del derecho del ciberespacio es un desafío para los tradicionales límites del derecho. El incremento de actividades y negocios en internet ha llamado la atención de abogados, funcionarios públicos, empresarios y académicos acerca de la manera como se determina la jurisdicción. El objetivo del trabajo es establecer los criterios que están siendo usados por las cortes cuando han resuelto casos de internet. El estudio analiza la literatura, y casos seleccionados en Estados Unidos, Europa, Colombia y el mundo mediante un método cualitativo e inductivo, usando fuentes primarias y secundarias, y técnicas de revisión documental y observación directa. Se concluye que: 1) las diferencias entre el sistema del common law y el derecho continental parecen desaparecer cuando emergen nuevas reglas para establecer la jurisdicción en internet; 2) se observa un uso alternativo tanto de nuevas reglas online y las tradicionales reglas offline por las cortes, cuando resuelven casos especialmente en Estados Unidos; 3) los casos internacionales sugieren que las cortes han aplicado reglas tradicionales más que reglas online como el Zippo test, Calder tests o la simple accesibilidad, entre otros; 4) Los casos europeos (Alemania, Países Bajos) y colombianos señalan que ellos prefieren el uso de criterios offline, aunque se pueden encontrar algunas reglas online.

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      The development of cyberspace law poses a challenge to the traditional borders of law. The increase of activities and business deals on the internet has awakened the interest of lawyers, civil servants, businessmen, and scholars regarding the manner on how to determine internet jurisdiction. The goal of this paper is to establish the criteria for determining jurisdiction that are being used by courts when they have to resolve cases on the internet. The paper analyses academic literature and selected cases in the US, Europe, Colombia, and the world with qualitative and inductive method, using primary and secondary sources, documentary review, and direct observation techniques. The conclusions are that: 1) Differences between common or civil law systems seem to be disappearing when new rules emerge to establish jurisdiction on the internet; 2) An alternative use of both new online and traditional offline rules is observed in resolving cases by the courts, especially in the US; 3) International cases suggest that courts have applied traditional rules rather than online rules like the Zippo test, Calder tests, or the mere accessibility among others; 4) European (Germany, Netherlands) and the Colombian cases show that they prefer use offline criteria, although we can find some online rules.

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            Affiliations
            [1 ] Escuela Superior de Administración Pública Colombia
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            Role: ND
            Journal
            ilrdi
            International Law
            Int. Law: Rev. Colomb. Derecho Int.
            Facultad de Ciencias Jurídica, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (Bogotá )
            1692-8156
            June 2015
            : 0
            : 26
            : 13-62
            S1692-81562015000100002
            10.11144/Javeriana.ill5-26.rood

            http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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