This fully updated second edition of information technology (IT) law in Ireland will prove invaluable to practitioners and students who specialize in IT law. It covers the law relating to e-commerce, including the Irish Electronic Commerce Act 2000; data protection and privacy laws, including the Data Protection Acts, 1988-2003; computer misues, including the Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud) Offences Act 2001 and the Cybercrime Treaty; as well as the key Irish intellectual property law issues that impact upon IT.[4.71] In Canon KK v Green Cartridge Co, 189 the Privy Council expressed serious doubts about the validity of the decision in ... involves a somewhat unorthodox extension of what would normally be understood by the inherent right to repair onea#39;s motor car. ... 191 [4.72] The plaintiff in Canon KK v Green Cartridge Co was the manufacturer of photocopiers and printers; it incorporated the parts which mightanbsp;...
|Title||:||Information Technology Law in Ireland|
|Author||:||Denis Kelleher, Karen Murray|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Professional - 2007|