Computer Law: A Guide to Cyberlaw and Data Privacy Law
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Among the features of this treatise are its extensive coverage of US and international privacy and data protection, electronic discovery, electronic evidence, and US and international software protection.
• The privacy and data protection laws of the United States, the states, the European Union, and many other foreign nations.
• Application of the discovery rules to electronic records and other electronic documents
• How to introduce or oppose the admission of electronic evidence, and how to attack or buttress the probative value of this evidence.
• U.S. and international methods of protecting software through the use of copyright, trade secrets, patents, and contracts.
• The technical basics of computer software and hardware, explained on a level you can understand.
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Table of contents
Part I: Overview of Computers
Chapter 1 Development of the Computer Industry
Chapter 2 Computer Technology
Part II: Protection of Software
Chapter 3 Software Protection
Chapter 3A Patent Protection of Software
Appendix 3A Computer Law
Chapter 3B International Software Protection
Chapter 3C Multimedia Issues
Appendix 3C Multimedia Source Materials
Chapter 3D Internet Issues
Appendix 3D Internet Personal Jurisdiction Cases
Chapter 3E Open Source Litigation
Chapter 4 Copyright Protection of Software
Chapter 4A Trade Secret, Contractual, and Extralegal Protection of Software
Appendix 4A Appendices
Part III: Litigation Issues
Chapter 4B Computer Applications and Illustrative Legal Problems
Appendix 4B Antitrust Papers
Chapter 5 General Evidentiary Principles
Chapter 6 The Rule Against Hearsay Evidence
Chapter 7 Privileges
Chapter 8 Probative Value
Chapter 9 Procedure
Appendix 9A Computer Litigation Support Systems
Appendix 9B Discovery Examples
Chapter 10 Applied Computer Evidence And Procedure
Chapter 11 Computer-Related Torts
Part IV: U.S. Federal Privacy and Data Protection Law
Chapter 21 Fourth Amendment Privacy Law
Chapter 22 Electronic Communications Privacy Act
Chapter 23 Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
Chapter 24 Federal Laws Regarding Government Records
Chapter 25 Fair Credit Reporting Act
Chapter 26 Gramm-Leach-Bliley Financial Institution Privacy Requirements
Chapter 27 Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Privacy Requirements
Chapter 28 Federal Trade Commission Privacy Initiatives
Chapter 29 Can-Spam Act and Ancillary Matters
Appendix 29 Chapter Appendix
Chapter 30 Federal Workplace Privacy Law
Chapter 31 Standing In Federal Privacy Litigation
Appendix 32 Chapter Appendix
Part V: U.S. State Privacy and Data Protection Law
Chapter 41 Privacy Torts
Chapter 42 U.S. Data Breach Notification Laws
Appendix 42 Chapter Appendix
Chapter 43 California Privacy Regime
Chapter 44 New York State Privacy Regime
Chapter 45 Privacy Litigation State Causes of Action
Part VI: International Privacy and Data Protection Law
Chapter 51 European Union Data Protection Law
Appendix 51 Chapter Appendix
Chapter 52 Cross-Border Transfer of Personal Data
Appendix 52 Chapter Appendix
Chapter 53 The Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Privacy Framework
Appendix 53 Chapter Appendix
Chapter 54 The Need for a Single Global Data Protection Paradigm
Part VII: Specific Privacy Issues
Chapter 62 Behavioral Advertising
Appendix 62 Chapter Appendix
Chapter 63 Privacy Issues in Cloud Computing
Chapter 64 Privacy and the Bottom Line
Chapter 65 Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
Chapter 66 Security
Appendix 66 Information Security