The Law of Electronic Commerce
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Written specifically for legal practitioners and students, this book examines the concerns, laws and regulations involved in Electronic Commerce. In just a few years, commerce via the World Wide Web and other online platforms has boomed, and a new field of legal theory and practice has emerged. Legislation has been enacted to keep pace with commercial realities, cyber-criminals and unforeseen social consequences, but the ever-evolving nature of new technologies has challenged the capacity of the courts to respond effectively. This book addresses the legal issues relating to the introduction and adoption of various forms of electronic commerce. From intellectual property, to issues of security and privacy, Alan Davidson looks at the practical changes for lawyers and commercial parties whilst providing a rationale for the underlying legal theory.
1. The law of electronic commerce; 2. The rule of cyberspace; 3. Electronic commerce and the law of contract; 4. Shrinkwrap, Clickwrap and Browsewrap contracts; 5. Electronic signatures; 6. Copyright issues in electronic commerce; 7. Electronic commerce - trade marks, patents and circuit layouts; 8. Domain names; 9. Domain name disputes; 10. Uniform domain name dispute resolution policies; 11. Jurisdiction in cyberspace; 12. Defamation in cyberspace; 13. Privacy and data protection in cyberspace; 14. Electronic mail and online presence; 15. National electronic surveillance; 16. Cybercrime; 17. Evidence of electronic records; 18. Censorship - broadcast and online content regulation; 19. An international perspective; Appendices.