This lecture course will cover Internet-based electronic commerce from the perspective of both business to business and business to consumer transactions. Subject areas covered will include protection of copyrighted content, trademark issues in online transactions, enforceability of online and other standard form agreements, liability of interactive service providers, subject matter and personal jurisdiction in online transactions, and emerging issues in data security and privacy. Issues raised by emerging communications technologies such as VoIP, blogs, RSS and podcasting will be discussed. Consideration will be given to typical agreements involved in online commerce, including Web site development and hosting agreements, Web site privacy policies, Web site terms of use and end user license agreements.
Credits: 2

Type: LEC

Does this course satisfy the writing requirement? No

Does this course satisfy the skills requirement? No

Enrollment Cap: 35

Does this course have a waitlist? No