Gringras The Laws of the Internet

Gringras: The Laws of the Internet Fifth Edition is updated with numerous new practical examples, cases (court cases and ICO complaint cases), laws and developments, including the following: - The new Data Protection Act - The GDPR - New ...

Author: Paul Lambert

Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional

ISBN: 9781526506320

Category: Law

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The free flow of information and services around the world via the Internet constantly creates new issues and problems, such as rules of jurisdiction and applicable law, how new products and services should be regulated and many more. Gringras: The Laws of the Internet Fifth Edition is updated with numerous new practical examples, cases (court cases and ICO complaint cases), laws and developments, including the following: - The new Data Protection Act - The GDPR - New data risks, breaches, penalties and fines - Data Protection Officers - Increasing emphasis on data, lifespan, harm, deletion and forgetting - Pre-problem solving new and proposed internet and tech applications, from processes, audits, impact assessments, data protection by design, etc. - Intellectual property developments, in particular trade marks and copyright - Revenue and tax developments - eCommerce and mCommerce - new online crimes and offences (including online threats and abuse), and relevant caselaw - there are also associated tort law developments included - many new competition related developments have occurred since the previous edition and are set out in detail - there is increasing policy and legal debate in relation to the potential need for new regulation of certain internet related activities.

The Laws of the Internet

This fourth edition is updated throughout, including specific coverage of: social media and networking * Interflora v Marks & Spencer and other UK keywords case law * new distance selling regime requirements * the impact of changes in data ...

Author: Clive Gringras

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1847668941

Category: Law

Page: 614

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The free flow of information and services around the world via the Internet constantly creates new issues and problems, such as rules of jurisdiction and applicable law, and how new products and services should be regulated. The Laws of the Internet is a key legal text covering UK laws relevant to the Internet, including ecommerce, copyright, online contracting, data protection, and content related issues. It approaches this complicated area in a clear and straightforward way while addressing more difficult issues for which there is sometimes no legal history as yet, or, at best, very little. This fourth edition is updated throughout, including specific coverage of: social media and networking * Interflora v Marks & Spencer and other UK keywords case law * new distance selling regime requirements * the impact of changes in data protection legislation * virtual goods. [Subject: Information Technology Law]

Gringras on the Laws of the Internet

The third edition of this comprehensive guide to the legal issues arising from the internet. Written with the busy practitioner in mind, this key book straight-forwardly clarifies the complicated and complex laws of the internet.

Author: Clive Gringras

Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional

ISBN: 9781845922436

Category: Law

Page: 531

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The long awaited third edition of this comprehensive guide to UK legal issues clarifies the complicated and complex laws of the internet. The coverage includes domain name registration, libel, liability of service providers, protection and exploitation of intellectual property rights, plus relevant UK taxation issues. The book includes invaluable legal information on distance selling, financial services, contracting with children, the UK Software Patenting Directive, P2P liability, fraud, and gambling.

The Laws of the Internet

The new edition has been thoroughly updated to take account of both the Data Protection Act 1998 & the latest proposals to regulate secure electronic commerce in the UK.

Author: Clive Gringras

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

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Category: Computer networks

Page: 472

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E-business is a truly international business, crossing jurisdictions & boundaries as widespread as the World Wide Web itself. Jurisdictional laws & rights relating to the Service Provider, the Host & the Internet Side Owner need to be understood & interpreted clearly by all those involved. Laws of the Internet will give you the crucial guidance you need to both UK law & interpretation of matters in other jurisdictions. The new edition has been thoroughly updated to take account of both the Data Protection Act 1998 & the latest proposals to regulate secure electronic commerce in the UK.

Laws of the Internet

Offers a practical commentary on legal issues arising from the internet. This book takes account of the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) 2002 and the proposals to regulate secure electronic commerce.

Author: Gringras

Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional

ISBN: 9781845924140

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This much called-for title offers practical and detailed commentary on the legal issues arising from the internet. It takes account of the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) 2002 and the latest proposals to regulate secure electronic commerce. Issues covered include domain name registration, libel, liability of service providers, protection and exploitation of IP rights and taxation. The book concentrates on UK law but an overview of how matters have been interpreted in other jurisdictions is also included.

Data Protection Privacy Regulators and Supervisory Authorities

This brand new title includes coverage of: - The establishment and wider powers of the new data regulators - The new sanctions, orders, penalties and powers to enforce compliance - The new obligations to contact data regulators even before ...

Author: Paul Lambert

Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional

ISBN: 9781526514219

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Page: 304

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Data Protection, Privacy Regulators and Supervisory Authorities explores and details the establishment, rules, and powers of data protection regulators and supervisory authorities. It also discusses rights issues (pursuing and defending) as well as the developing area of fines and contestability.Data protection and privacy are arguably the most significant developing areas of law and policy. New regulations span from the GDPR (EU) to the CCPA (California), and other new rules internationally. How the new data protection rules operate on a day-to-day basis is linked to the activities, functions and orders of data protection regulators and supervisory authorities. This brand new title includes coverage of:- The establishment and wider powers of the new data regulators - The new sanctions, orders, penalties and powers to enforce compliance - The new obligations to contact data regulators even before data collections - The detailed GDPR and DPA powers and requirements - Recent fines, penalties and case law including CJEUThis book is essential for any entity dealing with the new data protection and privacy issues as no company, organisation nor their internal or external advisors, can ignore these new regulators, nor fully understand the new data protection and privacy compliance landscape without a detailed appreciation of these regulators.

A User s Guide to Data Protection

The book includes coverage of: sources of data protection law * a brief history of data protection * definitions and principles * EU data protection * UK data protection * organizational data protection obligations, inward facing: employees ...

Author: Paul Lambert

Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional

ISBN: 9781847669803

Category: Law

Page: 754

View: 991

A User's Guide to Data Protection explains all the compliance issues that organizations need to be aware of in order to successfully comply with the UK's data protection rules and regulations. The book includes coverage of: sources of data protection law * a brief history of data protection * definitions and principles * EU data protection * UK data protection * organizational data protection obligations, inward facing: employees * organizational data protection obligations, outward facing: customers, prospects, and users * user rights * enforcement and penalties * security of data * outsourcing and data processors * compliance and policies * trans border data flows (transfers) * e-privacy * spam * EU data protection review and update. (Series: A User's Guide to...)

The University of New South Wales Law Journal

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International Handbook of Social Media Laws

Covering 34 countries, this text provides a useful snapshot of the issues that permeate virtual life. This text will aid lawyers when looking for where to begin when faced with a problem in this fast moving arena.

Author: Paul Lambert

Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional

ISBN: 9781780438290

Category: Law

Page: 742

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"Social media has become the online meeting place. People now communicate on an unparalleled scale. Covering 34 countries, this text provides a useful snapshot of the issues that permeate virtual life. This text will aid lawyers when looking for where to begin when faced with a problem in this fast moving arena." Stephen Mason, barrister, academic and author International Handbook of Social Media Laws is the only title currently available to address social networking laws at an international level. It clearly explains each of the main legal issues and developments across various legal jurisdictions to ensure that a company's social media presence can be fully compliant with the law of each country. It covers all aspects of the law from a UK and international perspective by offering country report chapters that highlight the legal issues, cases and rules in each jurisdiction. Reviews “I was simply riveted ... [expert contributors] of a very high order indeed ... so much more than a worthy compendium of SM laws and cases. It simply brings the whole subject alive ... [it] not merely describes what is going on. It makes you think. That is why this book is so valuable ...” The Rt. Hon. Professor Sir Robin Jacob. Foreword. “Social media has become the online meeting place. People now communicate on an unparalleled scale. Covering 34 countries, this text provides a useful snapshot of the issues that permeate virtual life. This text will aid the lawyer, student, journalist and others when looking for where to begin when faced with a problem in this fast moving arena.” Stephen Mason. Barrister, International expert and author on electronic evidence and electronic signatures. “In one wide-ranging volume, Lambert and the country reporters demonstrate that law can not only keep up with technological change, but can in fact stay well ahead by anticipating upcoming questions. This comprehensive comparative reference will be invaluable for lawyers and students serious about the widespread legal impact of social software, and the myriad ways in which different legal regimes react to these new and growing challenges.” Professor Joshua Fairfield. Washington and Lee University School of Law. The Internet offers amazing and at times bewildering choices, especially when it comes to online social media. This volume is your guiding star, shedding expert light not only on the legal perspectives of issues cropping up, but also on what we can expect the future to hold. An essential work for everyone in the field! Viktor Mayer-Schönberger. Professor Oxford Internet Institute, internet and law expert, author of the bestselling book Delete: The Virtue of Forgetting in the Digital Age.

The Right to be Forgotten

The book covers the Right to be Forgotten, Erasure and Forgetting, Data Protection, GDPR, the Data Protection Act 2018 and Brexit.

Author: Paul Lambert

Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional

ISBN: 9781526510105

Category: Law

Page: 544

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The Right to be Forgotten is one of the most publicised areas of the GDPR and has received massive worldwide publicity following judicial and legal developments in Europe. The book covers the Right to be Forgotten, Erasure and Forgetting, Data Protection, GDPR, the Data Protection Act 2018 and Brexit. The Google Spain case received worldwide media attention and legal interest, and cases and disputes on the Right to be Forgotten are increasing. Brexit issues in relation to data protection and the Right to be Forgotten are considered in this new title as a relevant component that may affect some of the contours of this new and expanding legal right.


A User s Guide to Data Protection Law and Policy

This work is a first port of call, providing clear guidance through the complex web of data protection issues and regulation in relation both to internal issues affecting employees, agents and contractors as well as external issues ...

Author: Paul Lambert

Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional

ISBN: 9781526504999

Category: Law

Page: 552

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Are you ready if a client wishes to make a data protection claim, or needs to defend one? A User's Guide to Data Protection: Law and Policy, Third Edition sets out all the compliance issues that organisations need to be aware of to successfully comply with the UK data protection rules and regulations, along with a full assessment of the EU Data Protection Regulations and their impact on UK practice. This work is a first port of call, providing clear guidance through the complex web of data protection issues and regulation in relation both to internal issues affecting employees, agents and contractors as well as external issues concerning customers, prospective customers and users across all data interface. The Third Edition includes analysis of all new cases and in-depth coverage of: - The new UK Data Protection Act 2018 - The repeal of the Data Protection Act 1998 (subject to transitional arrangements) - The General Data Protection Regulations - The latest information on Commissioner Office investigations, reports, guidance and proceedings - Brexit and data protection issues including the need for an EU Data Adequacy - Decision and post-Brexit data protection implications - Significant increased fines and penalties regime; and data protection competition law comparisons - The latest position on the Right to be Forgotten - International developments and issues, the cloud, the internet, revenge porn and online abuse - Security issues - Data protection, e-commerce and electronic communications data protection law update

Quantitative Longitudinal Data Analysis

This book provides a practical and up-to-date introduction to influential approaches to quantitative longitudinal data analysis in the social sciences.

Author: Vernon Gayle

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1350188859

Category: Social Science

Page: 168

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"First published as What is Quantitative Longitudinal Data Analysis?, this title is now available as part of the Bloomsbury Research Methods series. This book provides a practical and up-to-date introduction to influential approaches to quantitative longitudinal data analysis in the social sciences. It discusses definitions and terms, explains the relative attractions of such a design and enumerates, in an accessible way, the main techniques of analysis, explaining their requirements, statistical properties and their substantive contributions"--

A User s Guide to Data Protection Law and Policy

This work is a first port of call, providing clear guidance through the complex web of data protection issues and regulation in relation both to internal issues affecting employees, agents and contractors as well as external issues ...

Author: Paul Lambert

Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional

ISBN: 9781526515704

Category: Law

Page: 552

View: 651

Are you ready if a client wishes to make a data protection claim, or needs to defend one? This work is a first port of call, providing clear guidance through the complex web of data protection issues and regulation in relation both to internal issues affecting employees, agents and contractors as well as external issues concerning customers, prospective customers and users across all data interface. GDPR was implemented nearly two years ago. Some of the important new updates include: - impact of the GDPR and UK GDPR; - the new data fines and sanctions regime; - updates on relevant cases from UK, EU and elsewhere; - impact and potential impact in UK of EU cases and guidance; - assessment of new and current official guidance; - influences of ICO in new environment; - status check on UK-EU data transfers and relations; - UK data protection legal changes after Brexit day.

Law and the Internet

The Act provides rules on the legal recognition of e-signatures (including generation ... See eg C Gringras, The Laws of the Internet (London, Butterworths, ...

Author: Lilian Edwards

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 184731712X

Category: Law

Page: 708

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This is the third edition of a successful book which offers students and practitioners an up-to-date overview of developments in Internet law and practice. The editors have once again assembled a team of specialist authors to write about those aspects of Internet law which are of special importance in the global regulation of the Internet and focussed around three principal themes- e-commerce, intellectual property, and privacy, data protection and cyber-crime with, in addition a major contribution on Internet Governance. This edition incorporates for the first time areas such as data protection, privacy and electronic surveillance, cyber crime and cyber security, jurisdiction and dispute resolution online. The sectionon IP contains clear and comprehensive analysis of the many and varied ways in which IP and the internet intersect including open source licenses and the IP problems around search engines. The new edition also takes account of all current cases and legislation, including the draft revised EC Telecoms Package and the Audio Visual Media Services Directive. This book will be essential reading for students, teachers and practitioners interested in Internet law and practice as well as technologists and social scientists. 'The book is easy to read, and...has been well edited...and flows smoothly through the various topics. ...the book provides a worthwhile overview of this developing area of law throughout the world.' Peter Walsh, International Trade Law Annual 'a thorough and stimulating survey. ...a good introduction for lawyers and students approaching Internet and e-commerce law for the first time, and a useful course text.' Brian Hutchinson, The Irish Jurist

Copyright World

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Music Distribution and the Internet

Jonathan Cornthwaite, The Internet and Intellectual Property, 2nd edn, Monitor Press 2000, ISBN 1871241871 Clive Gringras, The Laws of the Internet, ...

Author: Andrew Sparrow

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351916335

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 222

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There is hardly an aspect of internet music promotion, sale and distribution which does not have a legal dimension. Since the stakeholders in the process includes artists, their managers, music publishers, record companies, distribution companies and the consumer, the law relating to internet music distribution is extremely complex. Andrew Sparrow's Music Distribution and the Internet provides those connected to the music and media industries with a guide to the legal requirements they must meet, answering questions such as: ¢ How should you conclude contracts with consumers over the internet? ¢ What are the various legal terms and conditions that should govern the sale of physical product to online music buyers? ¢ How should a website user's personal information be handled? ¢ What limitations are there on the way this data may be used for ongoing marketing of an artist's work or the merchandise associated with it? ¢ What are the latest copyright laws in this area and how do they apply to the internet? The book provides practical advice on how to approach key relationships with the internet buying consumer and other online media providers. The law is explained in straightforward terms and applied throughout in a music business context. Music Distribution and the Internet is an essential reference for anyone seeking to exploit and protect their rights and those of their artists in the rapidly expanding, constantly evolving and fascinating arena that is new media.

Courting Publicity

This is an incredibly topical subject that is likely to increase in interest in the future and lead to new legislation and case law.

Author: Paul Lambert

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 184766900X

Category: Law

Page: 412

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Courting Publicity deals with the law surrounding the use of live electronic communications in the court setting. This is an incredibly topical subject that is likely to increase in interest in the future and lead to new legislation and case law. The book examines the impact on the legal process in the UK and those involved with ever-increasing levels of scrutiny, and public attention via new technologies. Contents includes: courts and Twitter cases in various countries, including the US * media rights vs. privacy rights * the Internet * Twitter in court: issues and UK consultation * television cameras in court * the Supreme Court * the effects of Twitter (and the Internet) outside of court * the future.

Art and Copyright

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Author: Simon Stokes

Publisher: Hart Publishing

ISBN: 184113225X

Category: Art

Page: 184

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This is the first text to specifically examine in detail the intellectual property rights protecting artistic works and artists' rights in the UK.