Internet Law and Regulation

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Graham J. H. Smith
Sweet & Maxwell, 2007 - Computer networks - 1296 pages
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The fourth edition of this groundbreaking work provides a clear and authoritative explanation of a rapidly evolving area of international law. Written in jargon-free style, it helps to identify the practical legal questions likely to arise and how to deal with them effectively. It addresses key areas of contention, such as copyright, cash transactions, product liability, advertising, defamation and data protection in an international context. It updates emerging areas of importance, such as encryption, obscenity, freedom of speech, share offerings and pharmaceuticals. It includes coverage of the UK implementation of the E-Commerce Directive and the E-Signature Directive, and the Gambling Act 2005. It deals with key international issues, such as domain names and jurisdictional questions. It is also supported by a website
  

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