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The Department of Computer Science is pleased to announce a new course: Law in Digital Society

The legal challenges of digitalization and who gets to exploit data: a new course Law in Digital Society will be a launched.
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The Department of Computer Science is pleased to announce that a new course: CSE-E4680 Law in Digital Society will be a launched in the next academic year 2015-2016. This course will build on the core strengths of its predecessors on ICT Law and expand to cover new areas due to the emergence of the Internet of Things, Industrial Internet and the Internet of Everything.

Topics to be discussed in the course include: IT Contracts, Open Source, Data Protection, Intellectual Property Rights (inclusive of Database Rights), Consumer Protection, EU Law, Competition Law, Cyber Law and Cyber Security, Big Data, Privacy and Mass Surveillance, etc. The aim of the course is to provide a wide overview of how the Information Society in general and pervasive and ubiquitous computing in particular are regulated.  

Welcome to study Law in Digital Society!

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