Law of the Internet, Part 2

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Aspen Law & Business, 2002 - Law - 982 pages
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Cut through the legal complexities and make the most of the Internet's vast opportunities! the Law of the Internet quickly and easily gives you everything you need to counsel expertly on: Applying privacy laws to electronic communications issues Ensuring secure electronic transactions, cryptography, and digital signatures Protecting intellectual property online through link licenses, frame control and other methods Electronic commerce and contracting Online financial services and securities transactions Antitrust and other liability Internal network security Taxation of electronic commerce Jurisdiction in Cyberspace As well as Internet legal issues arising under libel and slander laws and obscenity and indecency laws. You'll Understand The commercial uses of the Internet, maximize business opportunities, and master effective ways to apply already established statutes, regulations and precedents. The authors -- two Internet legal experts who advise America's top high-tech companies -- demonstrate exactly how courts, legislators and treaties expand traditional law into the new context of the Internet and its commercial applications, with all the citations you'll need. Special features include timesaving checklists and references to online resources.

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Jeffrey H. Matsuura earned his M.B.A. in Business at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and his J.D. in law from the University of Virginia. Mr. Matsuura is an assistant professor and director of law & technology at the University of Dayton School of Law. He also serves as counsel at Alliance Law Group, LLC in Vienna, Virginia. He is a member of the Virginia Bar and the District of Columbia Bar who has served as counsel for several telecommunications and IT companies, including MCI, Discovery Communications, and COMSAT Corp. He is an appointed member of the National Task Force on Knowledge and Intellectual Property Management and of the Virginia State Legislatures Citizens Advisory Panel to the Joint Commission on Technology and Science. He is also the author of Security, Rights, and Liabilities in E-Commerce and A Managers Guide to the Law and Economics of Data Networks (Artech House, 2002, 2000). 050 He is also the author of Security, Rights, and Liabilities in E-Commerce and A Managers Guide to the Law and Economics of Data Networks (Artech House, 2002, 2000).

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