Electronic commerce and the law

Patrick Quirk, Jay Forder

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Abstract

Electronic Commerce and the Law 2nd Edition has been thoroughly updated in its examination of the law as it relates to electronic commerce. It offers students of business and information technology a comprehensive analysis of the legal environment for establishing and conducting business transactions over the Internet, identifying appropriate legal guidelines for business transactions in Australia and internationally.
The authors address legal issues relating to electronic commerce such as copyright, intellectual property, privacy protection, taxation, security, consumer protection, cyberbanking, and electronic payment systems. The text also explores the impact of electronic commerce on the securities and gaming industries. The jargon-free writing style makes this text accessible to all students.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
Number of pages504
Edition2nd
ISBN (Print)0470802383, 9780470802380
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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Quirk, P., & Forder, J. (2003). Electronic commerce and the law. (2nd ed.) John Wiley & Sons.
Quirk, Patrick ; Forder, Jay. / Electronic commerce and the law. 2nd ed. John Wiley & Sons, 2003. 504 p.
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