NetLaw: your rights in the online world

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Osborne McGraw-Hill, 1995 - Computers - 372 pages
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Using case studies, Lance Rose covers the most widely debated topics affecting systems users and operators, including commercial relationships, ownership of information, searches and seizures, and sexually explicit materials. In easy-to-follow, plain English discussions, this one-of-a-kind legal guide covers that you need to know to venture online confident of your rights and informed of the risks.

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Contents

Contracts and Commercial Arrangements
39
Owning and Using Online Property
83
The Public Domain
92
Copyright

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