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Internet and E-Commerce Law in Canada - PDF
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Designed to help you to stay on top of the rapidly changing world of the Internet, this information technology law newsletter covers such topics as: Internet contracts, telephony, encryption, copyright issues, regulatory and statutory developments and new case law. It also discusses some of the management and technical issues raised by the Internet and e-commerce law.
Monthly issues will ensure that you are kept current on Internet and e-commerce developments both in Canada and internationally. The contents will include: cutting edge information, analysis, discussions of recent case law, digests, reviews of Internet websites of importance and conference information. Each issue will contain 2 to 3 feature articles.
The advisory board is comprised of high-profile experts (academics, lawyers and in-house counsel) from across the country.
Internet and E-Commerce Law in Canada is available in three convenient subscription formats: Print Only, Print + PDF or PDF Only. The PDF version can be posted on your firm's Intranet so that all staff may benefit from this information-packed newsletter. Please note that the PDF version may be used for Internal Distribution only.
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