International Computer Law
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A practical guide to international information technology law featuring contributors who are preeminent in their fields.
Highlights of the book currently include:
- National protection systems in more than 65 countries and the European Union (with respect to software, chips and databases)
- EC competition law as applied to the information technology industry
- Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) as it relates to computer software, semiconductor chips and databases
- Open source licensing
- Personal data protection/privacy
- Online communication and ecommerce (including distance selling)
- EDI, XML and other newly emerging technologies in the electronic transmission of structured and coded messages
- Enforcement of intellectual property rights
- Telecommunication (including audio-visual media services)
The treatise also contains several laws and regulations relevant to the area covered.
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