With so many recently reported incidents of data breaches, "cyberattacks" on businesses as well as government agencies, and the use of encryption to secure confidential data, this book serves as a great explanation of data security. The authors look at data breach risks--what type of information is vulnerable and why--and the potential liability and damages stemming from data breaches.
Latest received: SUPP. 2016 -1.
By Huber, Peter W.
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business, Aspen Publishers.
2nd ed. .
This guide provides information needed to understand and comply with the complex regulatory landscape in the telecommunications industry. It covers key legislation, FCC rules, regulations, and court decisions. It also looks at price regulation, common carriage, universal service, and trends in competition.
The law of computer technology : Rights, licenses, liabilities
By Nimmer, Raymond T.
4th ed. c2009-.
Nimmer's three volume set on the law of computer technology distinguishes itself from other, similar volumes by aiming to provide insight and analysis of the law rather than instructional material. The treatise provides extensive coverage of legal topics regarding software, licenses, intellectual property and liabilities that have developed within the computer industry in the last several decades.
By Carter, T. Barton.
6th ed. c2007.
"The authors discuss the First Amendment in detail, as well as defamation and mass communication ... covering issues such as indecency, defamation, anonymous postings, blocking cookies, encryption, spamming, copyright infringement, domain names and convergence." - from the publisher
Note: A newer edition of this title is available electronically.
Latest received:POCKET PTS 2007.
Practitioner's ed. 1999.
This treatise "keeps user up-to-date on the rapidly changing aspects of communications law. It offers an analysis of the intricate laws and policies relating to new media, the Internet, Direct Broadcasting Satellite, and the Telecommunications Act of 1996. It also examines the key constitutional, statutory, and administrative provisions governing communications in the United States." - from the publisher
Latest received:UPDATE 2008.
By Scott, Michael D.
Aspen Law & Business.
2nd ed. c1997-.
This practitioner resource investigates various trends and practices in multimedia law. It looks at the topic from multiple coverage areas such as intellectual property law, tort law, and contract law. It also covers government regulation and looks at guilds, unions, and trade associations.
Section of Antitrust Law, American Bar Association.
Second Edition. .
"This essential resource provides a comprehensive review and analysis of the application of antitrust law and principles to the communications industries, including telecom, broadband access, and video programming distribution, and it's perfect for antitrust practitioners who find themselves thrust into the telecom thicket." - From the publisher
Telecommunication agreements for commercial buildings
By Raju, Ajay.
American Bar Association.
"This book is an essential resource for real estate for practitioners who advise property owners, developers of commercial properties and providers of facilities-based telecommunications services. This one-of-a-kind manual guides both landlords and telecommunications service providers through the many phases of a telecommunications services transaction. It examines issues raised from both the building owner's and the telecommunications company's perspectives." - from the publisher
Telecommunications regulation : Cable, broadcasting, satellite and the Internet
Latest received:REL. 58 MAY 2012.
By Ferris, Charles D.
"Telecommunications Regulation: Cable, Broadcasting, Satellite, and the Internet, with its special emphasis on the Telecommunications Act of 1996, is the most comprehensive treatise available on local, state, and federal regulation of these emerging modes of telecommunications. Formerly known as Cable Television Law, the treatise features detailed discussions of the topics at the heart of the tension between telephone, data, and video regulation. With its coverage of the latest developments, established law, and historical background, Telecommunications Regulation: Cable, Broadcasting, Satellite, and the Internet is a complete reference resource for both in-house and outside counsel to television, telephone, cable, satellite, broadcasting, computer and online companies." - from the publisher