Cyberlaw in Hong Kong - Fourth Edition

Author(s):  Paul Stephenson, Alisa Kwan

Contributor(s): David Smith

Cyberlaw in Hong Kong is a comprehensive overview of the law in Hong Kong and is essential reading not only for lawyers but for anyone connected with the creation, storage and dissemination of material on the World Wide Web.

Publisher: LexisNexis
HK$ 1,800.00
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ISBN/ISSN: 9789888477586
Publisher: LexisNexis

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Cyberlaw in Hong Kong is a comprehensive overview of the law in Hong Kong and is essential reading not only for lawyers but for anyone connected with the creation, storage and dissemination of material on the World Wide Web.

This new edition reflects the legislative changes in recent years covering intellectual property law and the protection of data privacy. The need to seek to protect against unlawful copying and distribution of material uploaded onto the Internet and the need for security of personal data came to the forefront of legal concerns during this period.

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Table of contents

Chapter 1 The Internet — Preliminary Points 
Chapter 2 Issues Concerning Jurisdiction
Chapter 3 Defamation and the Internet
Chapter 4 Advertising Law and the Internet — An Overview
Chapter 5 Confidential Information
Chapter 6 Computer Crimes and Misuse of Computers
Chapter 7 Computer Evidence
Chapter 8 Gambling
Chapter 9 Pornography, Hate and Discrimination on the Internet
Chapter 10 Interception and Surveillance of Internet
Chapter 11 Copyright and the Internet
Chapter 12 Hyperlinks
Chapter 13 Peer-to-Peer File Sharing: The Hong Kong Perspective
Chapter 14 Moral Rights
Chapter 15 ‘Internet Type’ Trade Marks — Registration
Chapter 16 Trade Marks: Infringement and Passing Off
Chapter 17 Trade Marks, Copyright, Patents and the Web — International Dimensions
Chapter 18 Domain Name Disputes — Arbitration in Hong Kong
Chapter 19 Personal Data Privacy
Chapter 20 Taxation of E-Commerce in Hong Kong
Chapter 21 Electronic Contracts
Chapter 22 Liability for E-(mis)information
Chapter 23 Spam
Chapter 24 China and the Internet