Software and internet law


Software and internet law

Mark A. Lemley ... [et al.]

Aspen, c2003

2nd ed

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Includes index



The authors capture and hold student attention through: - a combination of original text, significant cases, challenging problems, and exemplary questions- insights based on their cumulative scholarship and classroom experience- broad coverage, ranging from commercial issues to constitutional topics such as free speech- careful consideration of economic issues in computer law, particularly those derived from network effects- a review of technical terms for the noviceFor the benefit of both new and experienced instructors, the accompanying Teacher's Manual provides sample syllabi and course suggestions, notes on teaching with and learning about technology, answers to all of the problems in the text, and sample exam questions. The Second Edition presents a wide range of new materials, reflecting the dynamism of the subject: - comprehensive coverage of the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act and the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy domain name proceedings- expanded and updated discussions of online privacy, digital music copyright issues, and internet jurisdiction- an all-new section on the internet trespass cases- updated treatment of software patents and shrinkwrap, clickwrap, and browsewrap licenses- coverage of the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (E-SIGN) and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA)- new cases, including A&M Records v. Napster, United States v. Microsoft, Softman w. Adobe, Shields v. Zuccarini, ACLU v. Ashcroft, and Bartnicki et al. v. Vopper, aka Williams, et al.Keep your course in computer law, software, or the internet timely and relevant, with the book that analyzes the mostimportant enduring and emerging issues--Software and Internet Law, Second Edition.

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