Software and Internet Law (Casebook)
SOFTWARE AND INTERNET LAW, Third Edition, is an excellent choice for courses that cover all aspects of computer law. This careful exploration of computer software, the Internet, and e-commerce focuses on intellectual property, licensing, and antitrust law to give students a solid introduction to the full range of the field.
This proven teaching tool: provides a combination of original text, significant cases, challenging problems, and exemplary questions along with the authors¿ insight from their cumulative experience illuminates the many roles of lawyers who service the software industry and the Internet supplies broad coverage, from commercial issues to constitutional issues such as free speech is written by authors who are leaders in the field, well known for their scholarship reviews technical terms for the novice is accompanied by a useful Teacher¿s Manual with sample syllabi, exam questions, course suggestions, and answers to all the problems in the text
The authors incorporate much new material in the Third Edition: extensive updating of the Internet chapters substantial expansion of the discussion of the legal issues surrounding open source additional discussions of the problems of spyware, malware, and computer and data security new material on the enforcement of clickwrap and on browsewrap licenses updated treatment of digital copyright, including the Supreme Court¿s decision in MGM v. Grokster more attention paid to the important new issue of Internet keywords in trademark law
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