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This new text offers, for the first time, a complete review of the area of Internet law. The discussion commences with an analysis of e-contracts, ranging from details of their formation, on-line terms/conditions through to a consideration of associated jurisdictional and choice of law issues. In addition, e-finance is considered, focusing on the use and regulation of credit cards on the Internet together with an evaluation of other methods of payment, including Smart Cards and electronic money.
The text also covers intellectual property and data protection issues which specifically arise from the transfer and subsequent utilisation of data on the Internet, including responses in the form of cryptography, privacy enhanced technology and regional legislative responses. Finally, more specific topics such as domain names and spam will be included so as to provide the student with comprehensive coverage of this dynamic and challenging area of law.
Whilst the legal content is UK based, the combination of UK, US and EU authors ensures that every aspect of this global subject is dealt with from a cross-jurisdictional perspective. An essential text for any student studying this subject.