Information 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. This title considers issues in IT law on European and international scales, providing a realistic overview of how the law in this area operates globally and encouraging further thought and investigation about the current issues within IT law. The ninth edition covers major new legislation in this field, including the General Data Protection Regulation and Data Protection Act 2018 l and its impact and scope; especially in the light of recent high-profile security breaches; updated coverage of patent and copyright law including consideration of the role of standard essential patents and standardisation within the IT sector, and digital rights management; discussion of the Consumer Rights Act 2015 with regards to digital products and content; and consideration of new cases in all areas of the law.
Keywords:Internet regulation, internet domain names, intellectual property, data protection regulation, cyber-terrorism, cyber-warfare, personal data protection, privacy, crypto-currencies
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