Introduction to Computer Law, 4th Ed.

Introduction to Computer Law, 4th Ed.

by David I Bainbridge (Author)


The last decade has seen the field of computer law develop at a phenomenal rate in response to changing technology. Introduction to Computer Law explains the law clearly and makes it accessible to a wide audience. In this fourth edition, the law within the four key areas of intellectual property rights, contract, criminal law and data protection has been comprehensively updated, expanded and rewritten to reflect technological change, new decisions and new legislation. The emphasis is on describing and examining the law in the context of the practicalities of computer use. Introduction to Computer Law is suitable for undergraduate and professional students taking modules in the subject, and will also be invaluable to managers, computer professionals and legal practitioners.


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Format: Paperback
Pages: 512
Edition: 4
Publisher: Longman
Published: 23 Dec 1999

ISBN 10: 0582423341
ISBN 13: 9780582423343

Media Reviews
'David Bainbridge has produced a well written, enagaging textbook which has much to recommend it, both to its intended target audience as well as to those from a legal background looking for an easy introduction to the field.' Gavin Sutter, Entertainment Law, Vol 1, No 3, Autumn 2002. '...clear, concise and extremely accessible...affirms...[Bainbridge's] position as an authority in the area of computer law.' Sinead Keaveney, New Law Journal Book Review Supplement, 03/08/01