Information technology law / Ian J. Lloyd, Senior Specialist, HSU, National Research University, Russian Federation and Visiting Professor, Open University of Tanzania.

By: Lloyd, Ian J [author.]Material type: TextTextPublication details: United Kingdom: Oxford University Press 2017Edition: Eighth editionDescription: xliii, 539 pages : illustrations ; 25 cmISBN: 9780198787556 (pbk)Subject(s): Computers -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain | Computer crimes -- Great Britain | Data protection -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain | Data transmission systems -- Law and legislation -- Great BritainDDC classification: 343.0999
Contents:
Privacy, technology, and surveillance -- The esergence of data protection -- The scope of data protection -- Supervisory agencies -- The data protection priniciples -- Individual rights and remedies -- Sectoral aspects of data protection -- Transborder data flows -- National and international responses to computer-related crime -- Substantive criminal law provisions -- Computer fraud and forgery -- Virtual criminality -- Detecting and prosecuting computer crime -- Key elements of the patent system -- Patents -- Copyright protection -- Enforcement issues -- Protection of databases -- Design rights -- Trade mark and domain-name issues -- Internet regulation and domain names -- International and European initiatives in e-commerce -- Electronic money -- Contractual liability for defective software.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Privacy, technology, and surveillance -- The esergence of data protection -- The scope of data protection -- Supervisory agencies -- The data protection priniciples -- Individual rights and remedies -- Sectoral aspects of data protection -- Transborder data flows -- National and international responses to computer-related crime -- Substantive criminal law provisions -- Computer fraud and forgery -- Virtual criminality -- Detecting and prosecuting computer crime -- Key elements of the patent system -- Patents -- Copyright protection -- Enforcement issues -- Protection of databases -- Design rights -- Trade mark and domain-name issues -- Internet regulation and domain names -- International and European initiatives in e-commerce -- Electronic money -- Contractual liability for defective software.

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