This volume explores the challenges presented to the law by the recent innovations in information technology. This branch of the law examines developments in such areas as criminal law, evidence, tort, contract and intellectual property law which have come about to meet the changes in technology. The text provides an array of cases and materials in the field.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
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About the Author
Diane Rowland is an Emeritus Professor of Law at Aberystwyth University, UK.
Uta Kohl is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Aberystwyth University, UK.
Andrew Charlesworth is a Reader in IT Law at the University of Bristol, UK.
Table of ContentsSection A:
the challenges of computer software
protecting and exploiting rights in software - intellectual property rights
protecting and exploiting rights in software - contract
defective software - contract
defective software - product liability and tort. Section B:
the challenges of computer technology
electronic data interchange
protecting the private individual