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Information Law Towards the Twenty-First Century : Information Law - W.L. Korthals-Altes

Information Law Towards the Twenty-First Century

Information Law

Paperback Published: November 1992
ISBN: 9789065446275
Number Of Pages: 420

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This book is a general introduction to information law and gives a clear picture of the various topics involved, such as: telecommunications and broadcasting, advertising and product placement, privacy, rights to government controlled information, exclusive rights in information and information technology, etc. The contents of this publication is based on papers delivered at a conference held in Amsterdam, June 1991 by the Institute for Information Law of the Amsterdam University. INFROMATION LAW SERIES 2

Part 1 General introduction: information law and the themes of this book, Egbert J. Dommering; fundamental freedoms, Eric M. Barendt; telecommunications and broadcasting law in the EEC, Veronique Faure; an economic view of information law, Ejan Mackaay. Part 2 Access to the media market: economic and policy issues in the regulation of conditions for subscriber access and market entry to telecommunications, Jens C. Arnbak; connectivity - a powerful concept to develop access to electronic media, Jean-Pierre Chamoux; the competitiveness of the US telecommunications industry, Michael Botein; broadcasting and telecommunications in transition - the wind of change in Europe, Wolfgang Kleinwaechter; African nations and access to telecommunications, Jacques Habib; communications in the Third World - the challenge of civil society, Cees J. Hamelink. Part 3 Public and private relationships: the public's right to information, Ejan Mackaay; public access to government information towards the 21st century, Ton A.L. Beers; the commercial use of government controlled information - a guideline for regulatory policy choices, Hendrik J. de Ru; the commercial use of government controlled information and its information law environment in the EEC, Herbert Burkert; data protection in a time of changes, Jon Bing; protecting informational privacy - trends and problems, Stefano Rodota; consumers caught between information and manipulation - the case of product placement, Frauke Henning-Bodewig; advertising and sponsoring, Willem C. van Manen. Part 4 Intellectual property and information technology: copyright and publishers' rights - exploitation of information by a proprietary right, F. Willem Grosheide; the intellectual effort requirement in chip protection laws compared to the originality requirement in copyright law, Jeff A. Keustermans; convergence and divergence in intellectual property law - the case of the software directive, P. Bernt Hugenholtz; legal hybrids between the patent and copyright paradigms, Jerome H. Reichman; standardization and the EC Directive of 14 May 1991 on the legal protection of computer programmes, Michael Lehmann; standardization and exclusivity in intellectual property, Jaap H. Spoor; the economic analysis of intellectual property law, Antton A. Quaedvlieg.

ISBN: 9789065446275
ISBN-10: 9065446273
Series: Information Law
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 420
Published: November 1992
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.16
Weight (kg): 0.58