- Part I Privacy, Anonymity, and Data Protection
- Part II Computer-Related Crime
- Part III Intellectual Property Issues
- Part IV E-Commerce
- Part V Internet–Specific Issues
Internet Technology Law provides a thorough account of information technology (IT) law. The volume looks at the subject in a wide context, examining the legal response to the latest IT-related developments within society, bringing the law to life and examining how legal issues in IT can affect everyone. While focusing on the UK and EU, the title also looks at international issues in IT law, providing a realistic overview of how the law in this area operates globally. It encouraging further thought and investigation about the current issues within IT law. In this edition, new introductory sections give a general overview of the topic to be considered in each part of the title. The volume also includes a chapter on electronic money and online gambling; sections on expanding topics such as cyber-terrorism and cyber-warfare; commentary on the EU proposals for a data protection regulation; expanded treatment of issues related to online criminality; consideration of the new system of internet domain names and national domain registries; and consideration of new cases in all areas of the law.
Keywords: national domain registries, contract law, internet domain names, online criminality, intellectual property, criminal law, data protection regulation, cyber-terrorism, cyber-warfare, online gambling