Cyber Law in Hungary

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Kluwer Law International, 2010 - Law - 294 pages
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Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this practical guide to cyber law ' the law affecting information and communication technology (ICT) ' in Hungary covers every aspect of the subject, including intellectual
 

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Contents

List of Abbreviations
19
List of Referenced Court and Administrative Decisions
27
Preface
33
3 Telecommunications Infrastructure
45
Selected Bibliography
55
Regulation of the ICT Market
61
3 Detailed Provisions of the ECA
68
Regulation of Competition in the ICT Market
81
3 Information Society Services
208
4 Unfair Commercial Practices Act
210
2 Hosting Service Providers
223
3 Data Management Data Processing
234
5 The Rights of Data Subject
240
ComputerRelated Crime
247
4 Crimes Against Computer System and Data
252
5 Misuse of Devices
255

Regulation of Cryptography and Other DualUse
89
Legal Status of OutofCourt Dispute Settlement
94
10 Body of Experts on Industrial Property
100
2 Copyright Relevant Rules of the Electronic Commerce Act
106
5 Institutional Background of Copyright Protection
113
Legal Protection of Software
119
3 Patent Protection of Computer Software
125
Legal Protection of Computer Chips
131
Other Intellectual Property Rights in the ICT Sector
136
3 Dispute Resolution
148
Important General Statutory Provisions
154
Hardware Contracts
160
Turnkey Contracts
166
Government Contracts
172
Regulation of Electronic Signatures and Certification
192
Legal Aspects of Electronic Banking
200
7 Stealing the Internet by Accessing a Free WiFi Network
260
8 Other Crimes
261
Application of Criminal Procedure Act in the Area of ICT
263
3 Electronic Mail
264
5 Internet Police in Hungary
265
6 Internet Hotline Services
266
Electronic Media
267
The Constitutional Law Basis of the Development of the Media System
268
The Institutional Structure of Media Supervision
269
2 The Competence of the National Radio and Television Commission and the Legal Consequences of Media Law Violation
270
3 The Broadcasting Fund
272
5 Supervision of Public Service Broadcasting
273
Entering into Market
275
Limitation of the Media Concentration
282
2 Requirement of Balanced Information
288
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