Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Telecommunication
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
1993-12-01
Carswell

Canadian Telecommunications and Online Services Law (Print & ProView)

Availability: Partial Stock

Over the last 28 years since Canadian Telecommunications Law and Regulation was published, changes impacting the law in this area have been disruptive and far-reaching. Now entitled, Canadian Telecommunications and Online Services Law, the scope of this text has expanded to address international trade in telecommunications services, cybercrime and lawful access to communications data. Continual changes in this area of the law has led to further expansion of the commentary to discuss matters such as internet-related issues including the regulation of commercial electronic messaging, net neutrality, and the rules applicable to the collection, use and disclosure of personal information by telecommunications carriers.

The fact that telecommunications is no longer simply a communications medium, but the vital enabler of online services which are transforming the way in which we conduct our personal and economic lives, new topics include the regulation of online transactions, including the rules that apply to the formation and operation of online contracts and the regulation of consumer contracts concluded online. Key legislative initiatives are discussed concerning the regulation of broadcasting services provided over the internet as well as other related issues, for instance, jurisdiction in cyberspace, ISP liabilities as intermediaries, and regulation of the distribution of content by telecommunications carriers.

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ProView is the way to read Thomson Reuters eBooks and eLooseleafs, published primarily for legal, accounting, human resources, and tax professions. You can download the ProView app at no cost for your tablet or computer, or sign in to the cloud-based version. Synced to the cloud, ProView lets you switch devices while keeping place in your research. You can also access your downloaded eBooks offline, and any notes you take will be saved and synced the next time you connect.

Carswell

Canadian Telecommunications and Online Services Law (Print & ProView)

Author: Michael Ryan
Availability: Partial Stock

Description

Over the last 28 years since Canadian Telecommunications Law and Regulation was published, changes impacting the law in this area have been disruptive and far-reaching. Now entitled, Canadian Telecommunications and Online Services Law, the scope of this text has expanded to address international trade in telecommunications services, cybercrime and lawful access to communications data. Continual changes in this area of the law has led to further expansion of the commentary to discuss matters such as internet-related issues including the regulation of commercial electronic messaging, net neutrality, and the rules applicable to the collection, use and disclosure of personal information by telecommunications carriers.

The fact that telecommunications is no longer simply a communications medium, but the vital enabler of online services which are transforming the way in which we conduct our personal and economic lives, new topics include the regulation of online transactions, including the rules that apply to the formation and operation of online contracts and the regulation of consumer contracts concluded online. Key legislative initiatives are discussed concerning the regulation of broadcasting services provided over the internet as well as other related issues, for instance, jurisdiction in cyberspace, ISP liabilities as intermediaries, and regulation of the distribution of content by telecommunications carriers.

About Thomson Reuters ProView

ProView is the way to read Thomson Reuters eBooks and eLooseleafs, published primarily for legal, accounting, human resources, and tax professions. You can download the ProView app at no cost for your tablet or computer, or sign in to the cloud-based version. Synced to the cloud, ProView lets you switch devices while keeping place in your research. You can also access your downloaded eBooks offline, and any notes you take will be saved and synced the next time you connect.