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Internet Law 2.0 - Master the legal issues involved in private and commercial Internet use.


   
   
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Language
German
Price
  from 78,95 €
Duration
  2 - 20 hour (depending on the choosen learning track)
Interesting for
  vocational training/continuing education, universities/students
Technology
  HTML, Macromedia Flash
Format
  CD-ROM
System
  Windows 98/ME/2000/NT/XP, Pentium 90 MHz, 32 MB RAM, Soundkarte; Macintosh OS 9, OS X; Internet Explorer ab 5.0; Netscape Navigator ab 6.0; Flash MX Plug-In
ISBN
  3-937242-05-8
Category
  WBT / CBT

An interactive introduction into the legal framework of the Internet.

This multimedia tutorial helps you master the legal issues involved in private and commercial Internet use. Taking a clear and practice-oriented approach, it teaches you how to avoid potential pitfalls as well as explains the legal background.

With ten different tracks of learning to choose from, you can tailor the course to your main interests and current knowledge. Depending on the intensity of study, the course's length can vary from 2 to 20 hours. The clear structure of information provides you not only with a quick overview of the essentials at all times, but also with the possibility to explore important points in depth. At every stage, a glossary and an archive of legal texts are easily accessible. Exercises and tests allow you to immediately evaluate your learning results.

Contents: historical development and inner workings of the Internet, domain registration, domain protection, web content protection, abuse of added-value services, Internet criminal law, imprint requirements, web advertising, Internet contracts, electronic forms (digital signature), consumer protection in the Internet, cross-border e-commerce, data protection in the Internet, infringement consequences.

              

About the authors: Michael Schönfelder is a partner in the law firm Zwipf Rosenhagen Partnerschaft, Dresden – Munich, which specialises in IT law. • Alexander Pohl is a professor of Internet law in the Berlin partnership Schwichtenberg & Pohl Partnerschaft Freier Dozenten. • Mathis Gröndahl is a Berlin-based attorney with a concentration in Internet law. 




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