Internet Law : A Concise Guide to Regulation Around the World
Edward J. Swan

The Internet is a world of its own, independent of any country. Its regulation encompasses a complex and frequently changing collection of international agreements, national legislation, local laws, regulations, and commercial customs affecting many areas of legal practice. This book provides a succinct, invaluable guide to the development and scope of regulation of the Internet around the world. For each of nine key market jurisdictions—the European Union, the United States, the United Kingdom, France, China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Singapore—the author clearly describes and analyzes how courts and regulators treat Internet activity in terms of the following: what should be available via the Internet; what should not be available; how transactions should be conducted; how disputes should be resolved; and how violations of laws and regulations should be treated. Separate chapters discuss the role of Internet regulation in matters involving intellectual property, competition, privacy and data protection, artificial intelligence, cybercurrency, cybercrime, and cyberwarfare. With its extensive review of protections available to international Internet businesses and its insights into the direction that Internet regulation is taking around the world, this up-to-date fund of practical knowledge about this rapidly developing regulatory landscape both globally and at national and local levels will be welcomed by practitioners, regulators, policymakers, Internet companies, Internet users, and academics for its information about the numerous areas of law relating to the Internet.

Kluwer Law International
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