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978-0-7798-5481-3
Book
Approximately 580 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2013-05-06
Carswell

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Canada's Internet Law in a Nutshell
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The internet provides the most effective means of communication known to man and so confronts organizations with tremendous opportunities and also considerable challenges. Providing a concise and well-referenced resource to many of key issues involved on the internet, Canada's Internet Law in a Nutshell explores the inherent tensions between freedom of expression and other values such as the protection of reputation, and commercial speech. The text also examines the tensions between the ease of copying of digital files and the concerns of copyright owners. The text covers many key legal issues confronting conduct occurring on the internet including a deeper focus on issues pertaining to matters such as copyright, privacy, defamation and internet marketing, trademark and domain names, electronic commerce, the Anti-Spam legislation, and introduces key issues concerning other topics such as social media and cloud computing.
About the Author
Martin P.J. Kratz leads the Intellectual Property and eCommerce Practices for Bennett Jones LLP. He practises in the information technology and intellectual property law areas with the firm of Bennett Jones. In addition, he is co-director of Osgoode Hall Law School's Intellectual Property LLM program and teaches courses in that program and at other Universities.
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