The perfect book to design an Electronic Commerce course around, Electronic Commerce identifies and analyzes all of the commercial law issues related to online business. This ground-breaking text features: - clear language that will not bog students (and professors) down in technical terms- concise, lucid reading assignments and exercises that illustrate current issues in electronic commerce practice- crucial technical knowledge explained in a clear and accessible manner- more than 40 separate assignments to allow professors to concentrate on their own areas of interest- coverage of cutting-edge topics, such as electronic evidence, click-through Contracts, computer security, and e-signatures- major cases: eBay v. Bidders Edge, Zeran v. AOL, United States v. Microsoft, Brower v. Gateway, Specht v. Netscape, Ticketmaster v. Tickets.com, and Zippo Manufacturing v. Zippo.com- important legislation such as E-Sign, Ueta, UCITA, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Anti-Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, and Gramm-Leach-Bliley- a text that is accessible to students who have not previously studied the Uniform Commercial Code or Intellectual Property--there are no prerequisites necessary to understand the material- a website complements and enriches the printed materials- an extensive Teacher's Manual that provides answers and course suggestionsshow more
- Paperback | 670 pages
- 177.8 x 254 x 31.75mm | 1,043.26g
- Aspen Publishers Inc.,U.S.
- Philadelphia, United States