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Internet Law and Policy

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Janine HillerProfessor of Business Law, Pamplin College of Business, USA, Ronnie CohenProfessor, School of Business, Christopher Newport University, USA

ISBN13: 9780130334282
ISBN: 0130334286
Published: July 2004
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



Meet Professors Hiller and Cohen--two pioneers in the fast-growing field of Internet law and policy. When they set out to design some of the first courses on this subject, they were at a loss for a proper text. Internet Law & Policy was written out of that necessity--as well as a passion for their chosen field. The result is a text that offers a comprehensive, current, and practical resource for understanding the legal environment of the Internet and electronic transactions. Here are just some of the features you'll find in this exciting new text: *Up-to-date cases featuring companies like Napster, with questions for class discussion. *Real-world management perspectives and examples of issues like UCITA and what this will mean for those purchasing software over the Internet. *International considerations such as the United Nations Model Law on Contracts, SAFE, and EU directive. *Policy considerations and discussions on such issues as the tax moratorium, with an analysis of the probability of new legislation. *End-of-chapter questions including Internet assignments that bring chapter material to life. FOR UPDATES AND ADDED LEARNING TOOLS, please visit: www prenhall.com/hiller

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Contents:
1. Introduction to Law and the Internet.
2. Policy and Internet Regulation.
3. Electronic Speech.
4. Privacy and Data Collection.
5. Intellectual Property I: Copyright.
6. Intellectual Property II.
7. Cybercrime and Security.
8. Online Contracts.
9. Consumer Protection.
10. Internet Payment Systems.
11. Taxation.
12. Securities. Appendices.