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Here's the first comprehensive guide for technical professionals that examines the basic legal and economic issues associated with development, operation, and maintenance of data communications networks. It's geared to help you avoid legal liability in data network operations, and it helps you enforce your own legal rights. What's more, the format of A Manager's Guide to the Law and Economics of Data Networks puts immediate answers to daily legal questions at your fingertips. You get: a quick yet detailed summary of legal and commercial issues, as well as operational guidance, addressing copyright and trademark protection online; privacy and security of data network content; export controls applied to computer and encryption technologies; negotiating and managing contracts and commercial transactions; managing international ventures; and antitrust compliance. The extensive list of topics covered allows you to plan for and use your data network resources at their full capacity because all your legal and economic questions are answered first. This books helps: Webmasters avoid legal liability and enforce legal rights associated with website content and online transactions; Network administrators ensure network security and avoid liability related to network use of e-mail, databases, and Internet access; Software developers enforce their rights prior to and during software distribution and use via the Internet or data networks; E-commerce transaction managers and participants develop and conduct secure, enforceable, and accurate online business; Data network professionals comply with U.S. and foreign legal requirements affecting electronic transactions and data exchange.
Table Of Contents
Language Elements and Design Concepts. Ada. BASIC. C. COBOL. FORTRAN. Pascal. LISP. PROLOG. Object-Oriented Programming. C++. Visual Programming. Mixed-Language Programming. Historical Perspective. Appendices.