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Computer Law: The Law and Regulation of Information Technology epub

by Chris Reed,John Angel


Computer Law: The Law and Regulation of Information Technology epub

ISBN: 0199205965

ISBN13: 978-0199205967

Author: Chris Reed,John Angel

Category: Technology

Subcategory: History & Culture

Language: English

Publisher: Oxford University Press; 6 edition (May 17, 2007)

Pages: 610 pages

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Chris Reed is Professor of Electronic Commerce Law at the Institute of Computer and Communications Law, Queen Mary University .

Chris Reed is Professor of Electronic Commerce Law at the Institute of Computer and Communications Law, Queen Mary University of London. John Angel is Chairman of the Information Tribunal, a consultant to Jomati Ltd, and Senior Visiting Professorial Fellow at the Institute of Computer and Communications Law, Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London.

Chris Reed, John Angel. Early treatment of computer law was no more than the application of existing principles to novel sets of facts

Chris Reed, John Angel. Early treatment of computer law was no more than the application of existing principles to novel sets of facts. Today it has been recognized generally that computing technology does indeed give rise to unique legal problems which are not resolvable by applying existing legal principles. This is particularly apparent where transactions are carried out through the exchange of digital information rather than human interaction

There are new chapters on mass market online and technology contracting, and online use of trade marks and domain names.

Topics covered range from cont Computing technology gives rise to unique legal problems which are not resolvable by applying existing legal principles.

Chris Reed is a member of the Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) .

Computer Law: The Law and Regulation of Information Technology. Chris Reed, John Angel

Computer Law: The Law and Regulation of Information Technology. Chris Reed, John Angel. Introduction PART I: COMMERCIAL EXPLOITATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES 1. System supply contracts 2. Mass market online and technology contracting 3. Information technolog. More).

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Chris Reed and John Angel, eds, Computer Law: the Law and Regulation of Information Technology, 6th edn .

Chris Reed and John Angel, eds, Computer Law: the Law and Regulation of Information Technology, 6th edn, Oxford University Press, 2007. Diane Rowland and Elizabeth Macdonald, Information Technology Law, 3rd edn, Cavendish Publishing, 2005. A book addressed to IT managers concerned with the interactions between law and practical managerial problems is: Jeremy Holt and Jeremy Newton, eds, A Manager’s Guide to IT Law, British Computer Society, 2004.

Computer Law (Paperback). Now established as a standard text on computer and information technology law, this book analyses the unique legal problems which arise from computing technology and transactions carried out through the exchange of digital information rather than human interaction. Topics covered range from contractual matters and intellectual property protection to electronic commerce, data protection and liability of internet service providers. Competition law issues are integrated into the various commercial sections as they arise to indicate their interaction with information technology law.

Computing technology gives rise to unique legal problems which are not resolvable by applying existing legal principles. The developing law which seeks to resolve these problems is at the heart of the latest edition of this book, now established as a standard text on computer and information technology law for both students and practitioners. Topics covered range from contractual matters and intellectual property protection to electronic commerce, data protection and liability of internet service providers. Competition law issues are integrated into the various commercial sections as they arise to indicate their interaction with information technology law. The new edition of this established book has been completely updated to cover the significant changes in information technology law since the last edition, which have included the landmark Supreme Court decision in MGM v Grokster. The book has also been restructured for ease of reference into sections dedicated to broader topics. These include: a section on commercial exploitation of information technology products and services, with a new chapter on software development and licensing; an expanded section on online commerce, as opposed to e-commerce alone, covering both e-commerce transactions, and online intermediaries; and a section devoted to intellectual property issues in information technology law, with a new chapter treating online use of trade marks, and domain names.