An Introduction to Technology Law
This brand new title explores the key legal issues and the complex and ever-changing inter-relationship between the law and technology.
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Why should you buy An Introduction to Technology Law
This brand new title explores the key legal issues and the complex and ever-changing inter-relationship between the law and technology. It is a must-have practical guidance resource for junior lawyers and lawyers in training who are new to technology law, and is essential reading for undergraduates and postgraduates on law courses covering the law related to technology.
This brand new text is written by industry experts, practical support lawyers and key legal professionals from top UK firms and chambers, and provides a practical introductory guide to technology law as it affects the TMT (technology, media and telecommunications) industry sector. The title includes coverage of key technology law issues across software, cloud, websites, domain names, outsourcing, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, blockchain, drones, media, advertising, and telecommunications.
Table of contents
- Information Technology
- The Internet
- New Technologies