Detailed notes on almost all required readings on the course. Including lecture notes, case summaries, academic articles etc.
The course begins by considering fundamental questions regarding the nature, extent and effectiveness of information technology regulation before moving on to consider, through topics such as data protection, defamation, copyright and cybercrime, both how the law has responded to the challenges of information technologies, and the extent to which legal issues have shaped the development of information society policy.
The starting point for our analysis will be the law of England and Wales, although the global nature of IT law means that there are strong EU, Commonwealth and US legal influences upon the domestic legal system, so comparative aspects will be introduced in places, and readings will include materials drawn from, amongst others, US law journals.
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