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Internet.law.nz explores the widespread and significant impacts of the internet within and between legal jurisdictions. Judge David Harvey analyses the effects of the internet on copyright, tortious liability, evidence, and criminal law, as well as attempts to monitor and govern it. This book provides students, researchers, and legal practitioners with a formidable study of this fast-moving area of law, it considers substantial recent changes in technology, statute, and case law.
The new edition covers areas that have garnered significant public and judicial interest since the second edition, including privacy issues and social networking. It also looks at how legal systems interact within information technologies, particularly the disclosure of information within the Court process.
Intellectual Property in New Zealand, 2nd edition
Chapter 1 - Online information and research: some issues
Chapter 2 - Jurisdiction - which Court, which law?
Chapter 3 - Internet governance
Chapter 4 - Criminal law
Chapter 5 - Pre-trial evidential discovery
Chapter 6 - Information technologies in Court
Chapter 7 - Tortious liability and network systems
Chapter 8 - Online business relationships - ecommerce, contract formation and the Electronic Transactions Act
Chapter 9 - Copyright in cyberspace
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