Software and Internet Law [ePub]

by Mark A. Lemley

This proven teaching tool: - provides a combination of original text, significant cases, challenging problems, and exemplary questions along with the authors' insight from their cumulative experience - illuminates the many roles of lawyers who service the software industry and the Internet - supplies broad coverage, from commercial issues to constitutional issues such as free speech - is written by authors who are leaders in the field, well known for their scholarship - reviews technical terms - is accompanied by a useful Teacher's Manual with sample syllabi, exam questions, course suggestions, and answers to all the problems The authors incorporate much new material in the Third Edition: - extensive updating of the Internet chapters - substantial expansion of the discussion of the legal issues surrounding open source - additional discussions of the problems of spyware, malware, and computer and data security - new material on the enforcement of clickwrap and on browsewrap licenses - updated treatment of digital copyright, including the Supreme Court's decision in MGM v. Grokster - more attention paid to the important new issue of Internet keywords in trademark law



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