Law And The Internet (häftad)
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2Rev e.
Hart Publishing
Edwards, Lilian (introd.)/Waelde, Charlotte (introd.)/Edwards, Lilian (introd.)/Waelde, Charlotte (introd.)
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230 x 154 x 26 mm
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Law And The Internet (häftad)

Law And The Internet

A Foundation for Electronic Commerce

Häftad, Engelska, 2000-01-01
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This title covers those aspects of law which are of special importance to the burgeoning arena of electronic commerce. Intellectual law, e-commerce and content liability are the three main sections covered.
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The book is easy to read, and despite the numerous authors, has been well edited with the result that it is easy to read and flows smoothly through the various topics. ...the book provides a worthwhile overview of this developing area of law throughout the world. Peter Walsh International Trade Law Annual June 2002 ...a thorough and stimulating survey. ...a good introduction for lawyers and students approaching Internet and e-commerce law for the first time, and a useful course text. Brian Hutchinson, University College Dublin Irish Jurist May 2003

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Lilian Edwards is Professor of Internet Law at the University of Southampton, and founder of the University's Institute of Law and the Web. Charlotte Waelde is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Edinburgh,and a solicitor.


The Internet - an introduction for lawyers, Andrew Terrett and Iain Monaghan. Part 1 E-commerce issues: entering into contracts electronically - the real W.W.W., Andrew D. Murray; secrecy and signatures - turning the legal spotlight on encryption and electronic signatures, Martin Hogg; payment in an on-line world, Saul Miller; data privacy in cyberspace - not national vs international but commercial vs individual, Andrew Charlesworth. Part 2 Intellectual property: the domain name system, William Black; trade marks and domain names - there's a lot in a name, charlotte Waelde; trademarks - other Internet issues, Charlotte Waelde; copyright and the internet, Hector MacQueen; private international law aspects of IP - Internet disputes, Paul Torremans. Part 3 content liability: defamation and the Internet, Lilian Edwards; pornography and the Internet, Lilian Edwards; canning the spam - is there a case for legal control of junk electronic mail?, Lilian Edwards; legal regulation of telecommunications - the impact on Internet services, Paul Carlyle. Appendices: Directive 2000/81EC; Directive SN/2696/00(PI).