Author: Ian Lloyd
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Do you download music or shop online? Who regulates large companies such as Google and Facebook? How safe is your personal data on the internet? Information technology affects all aspects of modern life. From the information shared on websites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to online shopping and mobile devices, it is rare that a person is not touched by some form of IT every day. Information Technology Law examines the legal dimensions of these everyday interactions with technology and the impact on privacy and data protection, as well as their relationship to other areas of substantive law, including intellectual property and criminal proceedings. Since the pioneering publication of the first edition over twenty years ago, this forward-thinking text has established itself as the most readable and comprehensive textbook on the subject, covering the key topics in this dynamic and fast-moving field in a clear and engaging style. Focussing primarily on developments within the UK and EU, this book provides a broad-ranging introduction and analysis of the increasingly complex relationship between the law and IT. Information Technology Law is essential reading for students of IT law and also appropriate for business and management students, as well as IT and legal professionals. Online Resource Centre The Online Resource Centre hosts a catalogue of web links to key readings, updates to the law since publication, as well as linking to the author's own IT law blog.
The Law and Society
Author: Andrew Murray
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Information Technology Law is the ideal companion for a course of study on IT law and the ways in which it is evolving in response to rapid technological and social change. The third edition of this ground-breaking textbook develops its unique examination of the legal processes and their relationship to the modern "information society". Charting the development of the rapid digitization of society and its impact on established legal principles, Murray examines thechallenges faced with enthusiasm and clarity. Following a clearly-defined part structure, the text begins by defining the information society and discussing how it may be regulated, before moving on to explore issues of internet governance, privacy and surveillance, intellectual property and rights,and commerce within the digital sphere. Comprehensive and engaging, Information Technology Law takes an original and thought-provoking approach to examining this fast-moving area of law in context. Online Resource Centre: The third edition is supported by a range of online resources, including:* Additional chapters on the Digital Sphere and Virtual Environments* Audio podcasts suitable for revision* Updates to the law post-publication* A flashcard glossary of key terms and concepts* Outline answers to end of chapter questions* A link to the author's blog, The IT Lawyer* Web links
Author: Vakul Sharma
Publisher: Universal Law Publishing
Author: Diane Rowland,Uta Kohl,Andrew Charlesworth
The fifth edition of Information Technology Law continues to be dedicated to a detailed analysis of and commentary on the latest developments within this burgeoning field of law. It provides an essential read for all those interested in the interface between law and technology and the effect of new technological developments on the law. The contents have been restructured and the reordering of the chapters provides a coherent flow to the subject matter. Criminal law issues are now dealt with in two separate chapters to enable a more focused approach to content crime. The new edition contains both a significant amount of incremental change as well as substantial new material and, where possible, case studies have been used to illustrate significant issues. In particular, new additions include: • Social media and the criminal law; • The impact of the decision in Google Spain and the ‘right to be forgotten’; • The Schrems case and the demise of the Safe Harbour agreement; • The judicial reassessment of the proportionality of ICT surveillance powers within the UK and EU post the Madrid bombings; • The expansion of the ICANN gTLDs and the redesigned domain name registration and dispute resolution processes.
Publisher: Aspen Publishers Online
Author: Diane Rowland,Elizabeth Macdonald (LL. B.)
Publisher: Psychology Press
Diane Rowland examines recent developments in criminal law, tort, contract law and intellectual property rights law that have taken place in response to technological advances and innovations.
Author: David I. Bainbridge
Publisher: Pearson Education
This textbook has established itself as the leading text on computer law for non-specialist students studying the course as part of a business information technology, computing or engineering course.
Author: Dennis Campbell,Center for International Legal Studies
Publisher: John Wiley & Son Ltd
There is a complex legal framework developing to meet the technological challenges of modern commercial practice. This book examines international legal developments in four broad areas: contracts for products and services; the protection of intellectual property rights; litigation; and compliance.
Author: Olujokè Akindemowo
Publisher: Lawbook Co.
This exciting new text is an account of the development of Australian law in an extremely dynamic context, & a statement of current Australian responses to local & international information technology law developments. Information Technology Law in Australia provides a clear & concise exposition of the legal issues raised by contemporary uses of computers, telecommunications, & the Internet. Current issues & forecast developments are explained & analysed in the context of the Australian legal & regulatory environment. A number of Australian statutes, codes of conduct & reports are reviewed, & reference is made to significant international developments such as the 1996 WIPO Copyright Treaty, & the 1996 UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Commerce. Information Technology Law in Australia examines the major developments in this newly emerging area of the law, including: * the history & evolution of information technology law * electronic commerce * year 2000 liability * criminal liability * regulatory policy issues raised by digital cash & internet abuses * patents & copyright * digital data privacy rights & * internet judicial issues. The material presented is logically structured & easy to understand. Relevant concepts are explained, avoiding confusing jargon. Diagrams, tables, flowcharts & a glossary of key terms are included.
Author: Michael Dennis Scott
Publisher: Aspen Publishers
Rev. ed. of : Scott on computer law.
Publisher: Universal Law Publishing
Author: Henry Carr,Harry Small
with information technology (certifying authorities) rules, 2000
Author: D. P. Mittal,India
Category: Computer networks
Advanced Technology in the Legal Domain, from Challenges to Daily Routine
Author: Arno R. Lodder,Anja Oskamp
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
The area of Information Technology & Lawyers is a fascinating one. Both from a practical and an academic perspective the opportunities of applying Information Technology to law are tremendous. At the same time, however, lawyers are amongst the most conservative professionals, and traditional late adapters of technology. Nowadays the gap between Information Technology & Lawyers is closing more and more, in particular due to the Internet and the richness of legal sources that can be found online. This book provides material to further bridge the gap by showing people with a legal background what is possible with Information Technology now and in the near future, as well as by showing people with an IT background what opportunities exist in the domain of law. Any lawyer should read this book about the current practice of IT in the legal domain, and what is to be expected in the near future. The book is meant for both practitioners and academics, and can serve in any (post)graduate courses on computer science, law, business, etc. The editors Arno R. Lodder and Anja Oskamp are both affiliated to the Computer/Law Institute of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and before co-edited books on IT support of the Judiciary, as well as the first two editions of the Dutch handbook on IT & Lawyers.
Author: Denis Kelleher,Karen Murray
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
This fully updated second edition of information technology (IT) law in Ireland will prove invaluable to practitioners and students who specialize in IT law. It covers the law relating to e-commerce, including the Irish Electronic Commerce Act 2000; data protection and privacy laws, including the Data Protection Acts, 1988-2003; computer misues, including the Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud) Offences Act 2001 and the Cybercrime Treaty; as well as the key Irish intellectual property law issues that impact upon IT.
Author: Anne-Marie Mooney Cotter,Colin Babe
Information Technology Law provides a straightforward guide to the issues most frequently encountered by practitioners and trainee solicitors. The principles of information technology law are clearly explained by leading experts in the field. All the main practice areas are examined in detail,including data protection, privacy and online fraud. In a rapidly changing field, this guide sheds light on the very latest developments in information technology law. This is essential reading for trainee solicitors undertaking the Professional Practice Course, as well as solicitors practising in this area.
Category: Computer programs
Computer Programs and Intellectual Property Law in the US, Europe, Japan, Korea
Author: Dae-Hwan Koo
Category: Computer software
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