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Netlaw:
Your Rights in the Online World

by Lance Rose

ISBN 0078820774 / 9780078820779 / 0-07-882077-4
Publisher Mcgraw-Hill Osborne Media
Language English
Edition Softcover
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Netlaw is designed to keep Net users out of trouble. Longtime online legal expert Lance Rose takes some of the thorny legal issues that arise for users of online services, and offers reasonable, rational assessments of copyright, precedents, laws, individual rights, and risks of all kinds of online activity. In many cases, of course, there simply are no precedents to the legal tangles one might uncover on the Net. Rose nicely summarizes what is possible and probable legally in the many gray areas.

It's not a bad idea to be aware of the legal issues just out of principle, but if you're actively engaged in conducting business on the Web, preparing and distributing online content, or similar activities, you'll find this book an objective guide to the legal landscape online. [via]