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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Social Networking: Law, Rights and Policy

Edited by: Paul Lambert

ISBN13: 9781905536559
Published: April 2014
Publisher: Clarus Press
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Paperback
Price: £89.00

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Social networking is wonderful yet staggering. In a short space of time user populations greater than the populations of nation states have joined social networks. One social networking website and one related website each report amassing over 1 billion regular users.

Yet, the legal and other issues involved with social networking and related websites are getting as many media headlines as the technologies themselves. Some of these are similar to established legal issues, however, with increasing frequency, the issues are entirely new.

In addition, the scale of the issues are at a level unprecedented in collective memory.

If that was not enough, the pace of the legal and other issues which must be considered, and more importantly the pace and urgency with which they must be dealt with, add significant temporal pressures.

It is timely and appropriate for a legal book which seeks to outline the new law and issues relating to social networking.

It also sets these developments in the context of social networking but also related websites and the wider developments of Web 2.0 second generation internet.

The growing law and issues of, and created by, social networking and related websites involve real and diverse concerns for policy. The concerns face the website operators, users, parents, schools, universities, employers, organisations, outsource organisations, the police, lawyers, courts, rights organisations and policymakers.

Internet Law, Irish Law
Social Networking Websites Sample Statistics of Social Networking Abbreviations and Meanings
PART I: Introduction
PART II: Internet and Social Networking
PART III: Privacy and Data Protection
PART IV: Social Networking Websites
PART V: Social Networking and Evidential Issues
PART VI: Employees and Education
PART VII: Social Networking, Employees and Data Protection
PART VIII Social Networking Personal Relations 2.0
PART IX Children and Social Networking
PART X: Social Networking and Internet Access
PART XI: Social Networking, Peer to Peer and Privacy
PART XII: Social Networking and Sport
PART XIII: Social Networking and Courts
PART XIV: Data Protection: the Future