As a lawyer and lecturer, I practically no longer use books. Almost all my resources come from the Internet. Since trainee lawyers today are digital natives, they work even more so and are called “Google Trainees” by their older colleagues. They always start their research on the Google search engine. By the way, this is highly recommended. Many lawyers who work in the field of digital law publish online.
The following list is constantly updated, like digilaw.ch in general.
DeepL Übersetzer https://www.deepl.com/translator.html
Visualization of the economy: https://www.visualcapitalist.com/
Systematic collection of Swiss federal law https://www.admin.ch/gov/de/start/bundesrecht/systematische-sammlung.html
Global Legal Group, International Comparative Legal Guides https://iclg.com/
Federal Office for National Economic Supply BWL: Minimum standard for improvement
information and communication technology (ICT) resilience https://www.bwl.admin.ch/bwl/de/home/themen/ikt/ikt_minimalstandard.html
Daniel Drescher, Blockchain Basics, An introduction to the elementary concepts in 25 steps, esp. e-book at Amazon → excellent explanation of the matter, esp. using analog examples.
Digital Society https://www.digitale-gesellschaft.ch
Swiss Legaltech Association http://www.swisslegaltech.ch