Practical Internet Law for Business
This work provides an overview of how the Internet has emerged as an important setting for business, and how doing business on the Internet is regulated by the courts, as well as state and federal government. It offers an understanding of complex legal concepts and terminology to help professionals comply with the law and spot legal issues that may arise. It explains the importance of maintaining the security and privacy of electronic communications, and the need to protect intellectual property rights - such as trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets in the electronic environment. Moreover, it includes a discussion on the applicable criminal penalties that result from hacking with electronic data.
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The reach of legal jurisdiction over the Internet
Using encryption and authentication in electronic
Trade secrets in electronic commerce
Protecting trademarks on the Internet
Online copyright protection and infringement
Electronic mail privacy in the workplace
Detection and deterrence of online crime
Software and Internet patent protection
How users access and use the Internet
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