The use of computers in all spheres of life has become a common, increasing phenomenon. They are used, for instance, in daily commercial transactions like elctronic transfer funds (EFT), conclusion of contracts and in the legal arena for complex diagnostic purposes. These uses raise a number of interesting legal questions like the liability of parties in EFT, liability for defective software and the nature of law and legal reasoning. This book brings together a collection of articles covering a broad spectrum of development in the areas of computer law. Topics also include the technical and legal aspects of electonic data interchange, issues in commercial law, issues relating to intellectual property, evidential matters, and artificial intelligence applications to law.
Publisher: Intellect Books
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 560 g
Edition: New edition
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