Law on the Electronic Frontier
This is an issue of our quarterly journal Hume Papers on Public Policy - the journal of the David Hume Institute.
- Paperback | 92 pages
- 152.4 x 226.8 x 8.4mm | 204.12g
- 01 Jun 1995
- EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Massive data banks threaten individual and society's rights, while computer viruses and the problems of software piracy increasingly cause legal dilemmas. In this topical book, Ian Lloyd examines the efficacy of present and proposed legal responses and consider the social, technical and cultural factors influencing computer-related behaviour. How can we deal with the legal implications of the IT revolution?
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About Hector L. Macqueen
Hector MacQueen is Professor of Private Law in the University of Edinburgh.