internet.law.nz - selected legal issues for the digital paradigm, 5th edition
Comprehensively revamped and restructured to better address the topics relevant to this fast-moving area of law.
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Dr David Harvey has comprehensively revamped and restructured the book to better meet customer need and address the topics relevant to this fast-moving area of law.
Relevant to students, researchers, and legal practitioners, internet.law.nz explores issues of copyright and criminal law impinging on the internet and how different legal and national jurisdictions now try to monitor and govern it.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Internet regulation and governance
Chapter 3: Domestic IT regulation
Chapter 4: Content regulation – Public aspects
Chapter 5: Content regulation – Reputational harms
Chapter 6: Online speech harms
Chapter 7: Privacy and the right to be forgotten
Chapter 8: Digital property
Chapter 9: Introduction – Technology taxonomy
Chapter 10: Obtaining digital evidence
Chapter 11: Giving evidence using technological tools
Chapter 12: Digital evidence admissibility
Chapter 13: Digital video evidence
Chapter 14: Remote hearings
Chapter 15: Technology challenges to court processes
Chapter 16: Electronic court documents
Chapter 17: E-discovery
Chapter 18: Technology and the future of court process