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BNA Books Publishes Dow Lohnes Treatise on Internet Law
BNA Books has published the sixth edition of Internet Law: A Field Guide. Authored by Jonathan Hart, a member of the firm’s Media and Information Technologies practice group, the book is designed to serve as a legal reference for lawyers and industry professionals dealing with this rapidly evolving field of law.
The sixth edition of Hart’s highly praised Internet law treatise has been completely revised to capture recent developments in the law, and includes a new chapter on user-generated content. With a comprehensive index and a detailed table of contents, Internet Law: A Field Guide is designed to be an easily accessible resource for legal and industry professionals. Included with the Field Guide is a searchable CD-ROM with the complete contents of the book and full text of key statutes, regulations and judicial opinions referenced in the Field Guide. Each Internet law topic is covered in detail and placed in context within the more traditional areas of law in which each arises.
Internet Law: A Field Guide covers a wide range of issues, including First Amendment protection, intellectual property rights, domain name disputes, privacy and data collection, electronic signatures and contracts and advertising regulations. With the Field Guide, legal and industry professionals can discover how to:
protect a website’s content;
recognize trademark rights and avoid infringing on the rights of others;
register and protect domain names;
uncover the unique risks of producing content for the Web;
ensure CAN-SPAM Act and FTC privacy compliance;
navigate the rapidly evolving issues surrounding user generated content; and
develop an understanding of the latest developments in Internet taxation.
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