Information and Communications Technology Law
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This title is meant to convey the emphasis which is now placed on the valuable contents of the safe (the information) rather than just on the safe in which those contents are stored (the computer). It should also convey to potential readers the impact of information communication technologies on the law, the increasing importance of telecommunications law and legal aspects of electronic commerce and the convergence between these fields and IT law.
Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Introduction Dana van der Merwe
Chapter 2 - Telecommunications Law Dana van der Merwe
Chapter 3 - Patent Law Dana van der Merwe
Chapter 4 - Criminal Law Dana van der Merwe
Chapter 5 - The Law of ICT Evidence Dana van der Merwe
Chapter 6 - E-Commerce Sieg Eiselen
Chapter 7 - Domain Names and Infringement of Trade Marks on the Internet Tana Pistorius
Chapter 8 - Copyright Law and IT Tana Pistorius
Chapter 9 - Data Protection Anneliese Roos
Chapter 10 - Freedom of Expression Anneliese Roos
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes