Solution Manual for Cyberlaw The Law of the Internet and Information Technology 1st Edition by Brian

Solution Manual for Cyberlaw The Law of the Internet and Information Technology 1st Edition by Brian

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FOR MORE OF THIS COURSE AND ANY OTHER COURSES, TEST BANKS, FINAL EXAMS, AND SOLUTION MANUALS CONTACT US AT [email protected] Online Instructor’s Manual to accompany Cyberlaw: The Law of the Internet and Information Technology 1 st Edition Brian Craig Globe University/Minnesota School of Business
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Contents To the Instructor 4 Syllabi 5 Chapter 1: Jurisdiction and Venue in Cyberspace 13 Chapter 2: Copyright Law in the Digital Age 16 Chapter 3: Trademarks in E-Commerce 19 Chapter 4: Patents and Trade Secrets in the Information Age 22 Chapter 5: E-Commerce and Online Contracts 25 Chapter 6: Online Tax Related Issues 27 Chapter 7: Computer Crimes 30 Chapter 8: Tort Law in Cyberspace 33 Chapter 9: Online Speech and Defamation 36 Chapter 10: Constitutional and Statutory Privacy Protections 39 Chapter 11: Special Topics in Online Privacy 42 Test Item File, Chapter 1 45 Test Item File, Chapter 2 52 Test Item File, Chapter 3 58 Test Item File, Chapter 4 65 Test Item File, Chapter 5 72 Test Item File, Chapter 6 79 Test Item File, Chapter 7 85 Test Item File, Chapter 8 91 Test Item File, Chapter 9 98 Test Item File, Chapter 10 104 Test Item File, Chapter 11 113
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To the Instructor Cyberlaw is the field of law dealing with the Internet, encompassing cases, statutes, regulations, and disputes that affect people and businesses interacting through computers. With the ever- expanding role of the Internet and technology in people’s lives, cyberlaw is at the heart of many legal and policy issues today. Since the Internet is a fluid and dynamic medium, cyberlaw is a field of law that changes rapidly and it is important to stay current with recent trends. Many students today will have an affinity for technology and that affinity can be used as a motivator to help students learn more about the legal and policies issues associated with the Internet. Recent judicial opinion, pending legislation, and news stories can be used as helpful examples. This instructor’s manual supplements the material in the text and serves as a guide for lesson plans and teaching the material. Feedback and comments from instructors is certainly welcome and can be directed to the author, Brian Craig, at: bcraig(@msbcollege.edu.
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Syllabi MODEL SYLLABUS AND COURSE OUTLINE (10 Week) Course Title: Course Number: Credit Hours: Term: Prerequisite(s): Meeting Time: Instructor: Phone: Email: Office Location and Office Hours: Course Description: The course explores the legal and policy issues associated with the Internet and cyberspace. The course will focus on cases, statutes, regulations, and constitutional provisions that affect people and businesses interacting through computers and the Internet.
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