Internet and information society regulation: a synthesis under Belgian, French and European laws.
by Etienne Wery
Although there are already a lot of books available concerning the regulation of the Internet, this one has something special. Indeed, the way it was elaborated and written brings a straight-to-the-point answer to a lot of questions, including:
- Intellectual property
- Computer crime
- Illegal content
- Electronic commerce, including tax on e-commerce
- Regulation of the network
- Applicable law in a borderless environment
The book was published in 2001 but kept, all though the years, a remarkable interest.
It is a synthesis on the most important and useful European directives, including the directive on contract at a distance (97/7), on e-commerce (2000/31), on electronic signature (99/93), etc., as well as a synthesis on Belgian and French regulations implementing those directives.
It also proposes a transversal analysis of the issue raised by the protection on intellectual right in a digital world.
The book is written in French.
|Authors :||Etienne Wery|
|Collectie:||Droit de l'internet|
|Date of publication:||2001|
|Number of pages:||648|
|Where to buy:||http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/2804407195/droitetnouvel-21|
|Categories:||Electronic Commerce en All themes en Privacy and Personal Data en|