Published: 27 Dec 07
Internet and E-commerce Law
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The text is written in a friendly, easily digestible style, with a focus on the overriding principles of the law. This approach makes it suitable for a broad range of students, including those with limited background knowledge of the law. With suggestions for further reading in each chapter, and an online resource centre providing sample questions and references to more supplementary reading, the text is equally useful as a springboard for deeper study of specific topics. Internet and E-Commerce Law is an essential text for business, law and information technology students studying this subject.
- Written in a friendly, easily digestible style, with a glossary of terms.
- Difficult terms appear throughout the text as margin notes.
- Focuses on the overriding principles of e-commerce and internet law. This approach will ensure that the text remains relevant even as the law changes.
- Accessible format and up to date.
2. The Internet and the Legal System
3. International Legal Aspects
4. Contractual Issues
5. Authentication and Signatures
6. Consumer Protection
7. Payment Systems
11. Copyright and Computer Software
12. Copyright and the Internet
13. Domain Names and Trademarks
14. Patents, Confidentiality and Passing Off
15. The Regulation of Internet Content
Jay Forder , Faculty of Law, Bond University, Australia
Dan Svantesson , Faculty of Law, Bond University, Australia