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Internet Law and Regulation
Internet Law and Regulation
4th Edition
ISBN:  9780421909908
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  20 Sep 2007
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
This groundbreaking work has been fully updated to reflect new cases and decisions, to give you a clear and authoritative explanation of the law governing the internet, both in the UK and globally. Internet Law and Regulation:
  • Takes a comparative approach to themes that have arisen in multiple jurisdictions, as well as providing detailed coverage of English law
  • Addresses key areas of contention such as copyright, trade marks, domain names, cross-border liability, internet payments, online contracts, advertising, defamation and data protection in an international context
  • Provides guidance on emerging areas of importance such as encryption, obscenity, freedom of speech, tax and competition law
  • Deals with key international issues such as jurisdictional questions, applicable law and EU internal market questions
  • Includes contributions from every major European jurisdiction, as well as the USA, Japan, China, and many others
CONTENTS
  • Overview of the internet
  • Copyright, patents and confidential information
  • Trade marks and domain names
  • Defamation
  • Content liability and protection
  • Enforcement and jurisdiction
  • Data protection
  • Telecoms and broadcast regulation
  • Contracts between ISP's content owners and others
  • Electronic contracts and transactions
  • Payment mechanisms for internet commerce
  • Prohibited and regulated activities
  • Tax
  • Competition law and the internet
 
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