Cyberlaw: What You Need to Know about Doing Business Online
The information age has exploded with a world-wide bang. Leading us through this digital transformation is a new, up-to-date guide that tackles the changing effects of new information technology on business practice and the possible legal consequences thereof. Serial submission to "Wired" magazine and the Internet.
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