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Information technology law

Author: Ian J Lloyd
Publisher: Oxford [England] ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 5th edView all editions and formats
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'Information Technology Law' examines the national and international basis for action on such topics as data protection and computer crime. The text goes on to analyse the effectiveness of current intellectual property legislation.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ian J Lloyd
ISBN: 9780199299775 0199299773 9780199588749 0199588740
OCLC Number: 214305980
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xliv, 597 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Pt. I. Privacy and Data Protection --
1. Privacy, technology, and surveillance --
2. emergence of data protection --
3. scope of data protection --
4. Supervisory agencies --
5. data protection principles --
6. Individual rights and remedies --
7. Sectoral aspects of data protection --
8. Transborder data flows --
Pt. II. Computer-Related Crime --
9. phenomenon of computer-related crime --
10. Legislating for computer crime --
11. Computer forgery and fraud --
12. Internet and computer pornography --
13. Detecting and prosecuting computer crime --
Pt. III. Intellectual Property Issues --
14. Intellectual property law --
15. Key elements of the patent system --
16. Patents and software --
17. Copyright protection --
18. Copyright in the information society --
19. Protection of databases --
20. Trade mark and domain name issues --
21. Competition and intellectual property issues --
Pt. IV. Legal Issues of the Internet --
22. Internet regulation and the rise, fall, and rise of .com --
23. International and European initiatives in e-commerce --
24. Cryptography, electronic signatures, and the Electronic Communications Act 2000 --
25. Contractual liability for defective software --
26. Non-contractual liability --
27. Defamation and the Internet.
Responsibility: Ian J. Lloyd.
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