The Internet and E-Commerce

Author:   Fellow and Tutor in Modern History Peter Carey (Trinity College, Oxford Trinity College, University of Oxford Trinity College, Oxford Trinity College, University of Oxford)
Publisher:   Thorogood
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9781280233159


Pages:   102
Publication Date:   01 January 2001
Format:   Electronic book text
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Are you fully aware of your legal obligations, rights and responsibilities in respect of your own - or your clients - e-commerce business activities?As we use the Web as a platform for more and more of our business activities, it is vital that companies and their legal advisers are aware of the legal implications and liabilities that they are exposed to. This special Report looks at the law of e-commerce and the common pitfalls that Internet businesses continue to fall into. Supported by appendices of essential legal considerations, useful addresses and websites [including the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy and the Consumer Protection (Distant Selling) Regulations 2000] the Report provides a one-stop-shop to safeguarding your e-commerce business. It will also ensure that you keep future plans free from legal complications and entanglements. ContentsOrientationWhat is the Internet?The nature of e-commerceThe law of commerceThe law of e-commerceE-managementE-mailHuman resourcesCustomersWhat's in a name?The nature of domain namesManagement of domain namesTrade marks and brandingCybersquatting and dispute resolutionE-commerce contractsFormation of a contractIncorporation of termsThe Distance Selling RegulationsWebsite linking agreementsLiability for website contentReputationThird party materialsOffensive and indecent materialsCustomer informationWhat is data protection?Data protection and websitesUse of cookiesHuman rights and e-commerceLocation data and m-commerceSecurityElectronic signaturesEncryptionTaxVATThe location of web serversAppendicesAppendix 1: GlossaryAppendix 2: Checklist of essential legal considerationsAppendix 3: Consumer Protection (Distance Selling) Regulations 2000Appendix 4: Uniform Dispute Resolution PolicyAppendix 5: Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy Approved ProvidersAppendix 6: Useful addresses and websitesAbout the authorPeter Carey, LL.B. LL.M. is a Solicitor and Consultant to Charles Russell where he advises on all aspects of e-commerce and data protection. He is a Visiting Professor at The College of Law and is the author of several leading books in the field of data protection and e-commerce including Data Protection in the UK. Peter is the Editor of the journal Privacy & Data Protection, and he lectures frequently on e-commerce issues.The Online Directory of Business LawyersLooking for legal services, advice or representation in the area of business or commercial law? Then visit www.businesslawyers-online.com

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Author:   Fellow and Tutor in Modern History Peter Carey (Trinity College, Oxford Trinity College, University of Oxford Trinity College, Oxford Trinity College, University of Oxford)
Publisher:   Thorogood
Imprint:   Thorogood
ISBN:  

9781280233159


ISBN 10:   128023315
Pages:   102
Publication Date:   01 January 2001
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Electronic book text
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In stock   Availability explained
We have confirmation that this item is in stock with the supplier. It will be ordered in for you and dispatched immediately.

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