Tolley's Business, the Internet and the Law
The influential and highly practical looseleaf service covers all the practicalities of going on-line, including subjects as diverse as hiring a web designer, contracting with Internet service providers, preparing a web page and introducing an email policy for employees. The key features include: information on all relevant EU law; details on foreign case decisions in relation to domain names and trademarks covering US, French and Spanish cases; many examples of Internet contracts included together with examples of how to word relevant clauses; an important set of appendices that include Internet contracts; web page design guidelines; copyright permission notices; website disclaimers; and privacy policies; the important taxation issues; plus a section on interception of emails. This looseleaf service is updated two to three times a year and incorporates all relevant changes in the law such as the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) Regulations, the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act, and more.
- 24 Aug 2005
- Lexisnexis UK
- London, United Kingdom
- 2nd Revised edition
Table of contents
"1 - Getting online in business2 - The domain name and trade marks3 - Copyright and database right4 - Security, confidentiality and employment issues5 - Buying web services6 - Internet shopping7 - Internet advertising8 - Payment for goods and services9 - Employer liability and defamation10 - Data protection, hacking, security and ISP liability11 - Jurisdiction12 - TaxationAppendices"