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Website Law: The Legal Guide for Website Owners and Bloggers
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 124,040. Language: English. Published: April 1, 2017. Categories: Nonfiction » Law » Computer & Internet, Nonfiction » Computers and Internet » Web / general
An indispensable resource for website owners and bloggers, explaining copyright, trademark, defamation, privacy, misappropriation, restrictions on sexually explicit material, computer crimes, and more. Detailed information about fair use; the public domain; the Communications Decency Act; the Digital Millennium Copyright Act; and music, image and software licensing. Includes forms, bibliography.
New England Law Review: Volume 49, Number 4 - Summer 2015
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 57,940. Language: English. Published: January 13, 2016 by Quid Pro, LLC. Categories: Nonfiction » Law » Jurisprudence, Nonfiction » Law » Privacy
Features a Symposium entitled "What Stays in Vegas," by leading scholars on the subject of privacy and big data. Contents include: "Legal Questions Raised by the Widespread Aggregation of Personal Data," by Adam Tanner; "What Stays in Vegas: The Road to 'Zero Privacy,'" by David Abrams; "Privacy and Predictive Analytics in E-Commerce," by Shaun Spencer; & "Privacy & Innovation," by Rita S. Heimes.
Harvard Law Review: Volume 125, Number 3 - January 2012
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 95,660. Language: English. Published: February 14, 2014 by Quid Pro, LLC. Categories: Nonfiction » Law » Intellectual property, Nonfiction » Law » Criminal
Articles in the Jan. 2012 issue are from Rebecca Tushnet, reimagining copyright law for images instead of the usual frame of text and words; and Carol Steiker, reviewing David Garland's new book on capital punishment and contingency. Student contributions explore the law relating to video games, the Second Amendment and gun rights, patent law, environmental law, and extending the debt ceiling.