Students and academics taking courses in IT law, computer law, Internet law, as well as courses in core law areas on which Internet law is increasingly impinging, e.g. criminal law, criminology and criminal justice, torts, civil liberties, intellectual property, and commercial law.
Also, practitioners, and the general market. This book examines topical themes relating to the Internet and its relationship with law and policy in a social and political context.
It is concerned with the law in action as much as black-letter law.
Issues are covered under the broad headings of: the Internet and society, governance in a transnational environment, legal institutions and the law professions, and legal controversies in cyberspace.