AUTHOR: David Bender
Among the features of this treatise are its extensive coverage of US and international privacy and data protection, electronic discovery, electronic evidence, and US and international software protection.
Computer Law discusses:
* The privacy and data protection laws of the United States, the states, the European Union, and many other foreign nations
* Application of the discovery rules to electronic records and other electronic documents
* How to introduce or oppose the admission of electronic evidence, and how to attack or buttress the probative value of this evidence
* U.S. and international methods of protecting software through the use of copyright, trade secrets, patents, and contracts
* The technical basics of computer software and hardware, explained on a level you can understand
First published in 1978.