Law and the Internet: Regulating Cyberspace

Lilian Edwards, Charlotte Waelde
Hart Pub., 1997 - 264 páginas
Various legal issues arise from the massive expansion and commercial use of the Internet. The law regulating the Internet must deal not only with widely publicized problems such as Internet libel, computer crime and copyright on the World Wide Web, but also with issues relating to electronic contacting, intellectual property rights, and electronic evidence and procedure. This book focuses on these and other topical issues in the law of cyberspace. An emphasis is put on what practitioners need to know to use the Internet for business, and the benefits and disadvantages of setting up a legal Web site.

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Harrods Ltd v UK Network Services Ltd and Others High Court
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Edwards is Lecturers in the Department of Private Law at the University of Edinburgh

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