Law and the Information Superhighway

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Aspen Publishers Online, 2001 - Law - 1090 pages
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Make sure you're on the cutting edge of cyberspace law and emerging technologies. With Law And The Information Superhighway, Second Edition, you'll get detailed discussions of intellectual property, access rights, tort and criminal liability, and privacy. There's also a thorough analysis of the major legal issues that arise as the National Information Infrastructure (NII) matures. And you'll get a wealth of checklists, sample agreements, and much more! Annual updates keep pace with the rapidly changing regulatory environment, In the U.S. And internationally, As the Internet systems of the world.
 

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Contents

National Information Infrastructure as a Source of Legal Issues
1
Access to Networks and Facilities
39
Technologies
61
Privacy
111
Aggregation
190
Liability for Harmful Communications
201
Considerations
242
Liability for Service Failures
263
Intellectual Property
623
Public Information
727
A Federal FOIA
736
Civil Dispute Resolution and Procedure
771
A Obtaining Personal Jurisdiction over Publications
783
A Forum Selection Clauses
802
A Alternative Dispute Resolution
826
Authenticating Electronic Records
852

Constitutional Considerations
325
Regulation
389
C Open Network Access
408
4 New Wireless Services
446
Issues
528
Interoperability and Compatibility
531
Communications Act
542
Monopolization Violations
552
Authentication and Electronic Contracting
559
Criminal Law
863
Criminal Justice Powers
925
International Law and Trade
929
A Draft Hague Judgments Convention
992
C Legality of Cyber Warfare
1006
Taxation of Internet Commerce 1017
1027
Index
1067
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About the author (2001)

Henry H. Perritt Jr. is a professor of law and director of the graduate program in financial services law at the Chicago-Kent College of Law. He is the author of numerous law review articles and books on international relations and law, technology and law, and employment law.

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