In Law of Computer Technology, an expert provides clear, current analysis of the rights, contracts, licenses, and liabilities associated with computer technology. It is organized into three major parts:
- Intellectual property issues (aspects of U.S. intellectual property law, including the law of copyrights, patents, trademarks, and trade secrets)
- Transactional issues (computer and computer-related technology and commercial transactions, with discussion of topics ranging from contract law and antitrust to sales, licensing, and free and open source software)
- Information age issues (emerging areas of the law that are of increasing importance such as computer crime, privacy and disclosure of information, computer error and use liability, and electronic publishing)
Other topics include fraud, computer-related torts, and access to information.