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Global Information Technology Law is a broad overview of information technology law in 24 countries. Although the primary focus of the book is on developing nations, a number of other countries also are covered, including Germany, Canada, and China. A final chapter examines the ICT-related policies and activities of leading international entities such as the WTO, the World Bank, and the Organization of American States. An appendix featuring contact information for relevant governmental entities in the covered countries also is provided.
This book is useful to businesses and other entities operating, or considering operation, in one or more of the covered countries, as well as to their lawyers. Government regulators involved in the covered subject areas also will benefit from the book's examination of different regulatory and policy approaches to common problems in the information technology area. Academics teaching classes or doing research on regulation of telecommunications, broadcasting, intellectual property, and other covered subject areas will find the book to be a useful resource for themselves and their students.