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Internet Law and Regulation [Hardback] | Add to Basket
Author : Graham Smith
Publisher: SWEET & MAXWELL
Publication Date: 20/09/2007
ISBN: 9780421909908
Jurisdiction: United Kingdom

The fourth edition of this groundbreaking work provides a clear and authoritative explanation of the law governing the internet, both in the UK and globally. Written in a jargon-free style, it helps identify the practical legal questions likely to arise and explains how to deal with them effectively.

Analysis of the latest case law is a particular feature of this new edition, as the courts address the uncertainties created by the new technology. Recent judgments # from both the UK and other jurisdictions # are explained throughout the text.

* Addresses key areas of contention such as copyright, trade marks and domain names, cross-border liability, internet payments, online contracts, advertising, defamation and data protection in an international context

* Updates emerging areas of importance such as encryption, obscenity, freedom of speech, tax and competition law

* Includes coverage of the UK implementations of the E-Commerce Directive, the Copyright in the Information Society Directive and the E-Signatures Directive; the Communications Act 2003 and the Gambling Act 2005

* Deals with key international issues such as jurisdiction, applicable law and E.U. internal market questions

* Covers important judgments such as King v Lewis, Bunt v Tilley and Totalise v Motley Fool.

* Examines key international cases such as the Australian decisions in Gutnick and Cooper and the US Supreme Court decision in Grokster

Subject Groups
Information Technology Law
Reviews
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"The broad scope of this book and the depth of its coverage make it the definitive English law textbook on e-commerce and an indispensable source of reference for any practitioner advising in this area." - Practical Law Company
"There are many books on Internet law on the market - but few, if any, could compete with Graham Smith's 'Internet Law and Regulation' which, in terms of comprehensiveness of subject-matter covered and detail, is a hard act to follow. Indeed, it justifies taking the risk of praising too much and raising too high expectations, by saying that this book reads and feels like the Bible on Internet law.." - Journal of Information Law & Technology
"...catapults the work in the very first row, if not the top spot itself, of current English textbooks on the law of the Internet. Thoroughly thinking, ably presented, sound arguing with some references to economic backgrounds, a coverage almost as comprehensive as possible - what else could you expect and demand from a textbook." - Computer Und Recht International, December 2002
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