The regulation of technology is an important and topical area of law, relevant to almost all aspects of society. Technology Law: Australian and International Perspectives presents a thorough exploration of the new legal challenges created by evolving technologies, from the use of facial recognition technology in criminal investigations to the rise and regulation of cryptocurrencies. A well-written and fascinating introduction to technology law in Australia and internationally, Technology Law provides thorough coverage of the theoretical perspectives, legislation, cases and developing issues where technology and the law interact. The text covers data protection and privacy, healthcare technology, criminal justice technology, commercial transactions, cybercrime, social media and intellectual property, and canvasses the future of technology and technology law. Written by leading experts in the field, Technology Law is an excellent resource for law students and legal professionals with an interest in the area.Read more
- Comprehensive coverage of topics with contemporary examples
- Discussion of policy
- High level account of the law in Australia with international perspectives
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- Date Published: October 2021
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781108816014
- length: 396 pages
- dimensions: 243 x 170 x 14 mm
- weight: 0.465kg
- availability: In stock
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Technology Law
2. Technology, Theory and Regulation
3. Privacy and Data Protection
4. Law, Technology and Healthcare
5. Law, Technology and Commercial Transactions
6. Law, Technology and the Criminal Justice System
8. Social Media and Communications
9. Intellectual Property
10. International Investigation and Enforcement
11. Future Directions in Technology Law.
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