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Electronic Commerce and Technology Contracts Notes

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Cyberlaw, Internet Law or E-Commerce Law courses cover a broad array of topics, including digital intellectual property, electronic commerce – for example online business practices – electronic transactions, privacy in the electronic or online environment, cybercrime, digital entertainment, jurisdiction and content regulation.

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Computing Law Intangible assets Intellectual property law Digital rights Organized crime File sharing Data Legal aspects of computing Privacy Internet privacy Copyright infringement
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Computing Law Intangible assets Intellectual property law Digital rights Organized crime File sharing Data Legal aspects of computing Privacy Internet privacy Copyright infringement
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0 OVERVIEW OF INTERNET LAW ............................................................................................................. 8 1.1 WHAT IS INTERNET AND E-­‐‐COMMERCE LAW ............................................................................................................................ 8 1.2 WHAT IS THE INTERNET ............................................................................................................................................................... 8 1.3 COMPUTERS, CODE, SOFTWARE AND DIVERSITY ......................................................................................................................... 9 1.4 INFORMATION SOCIETY AND THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY [1.60] ........................................................................................ 9 1.5 E-­‐‐COMMERCE ........
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