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Comprehensively updated, the fourth edition of Cyberlaw@SA: the law of the internet in South Africa covers a wide range of topics in the field of cyberlaw. From protection of domain names, liability of ISPs, access, freedom of speech, robotics, Big data, patents,
identity theft, online contracts, digital disclaimers and privacy at the workplace, this edition has also gone more in-depth on issues of e-taxation, protection of data, cybercrime laws, copyright law, consumer law and the processing of e-evidence and its value in civil and criminal proceedings. Cyberlaw@SA is aimed at students, lawyers, auditors, accountants, law enforcement officers, forensic investigators, IT managers and company directors who deal with the use and implications of technology.
• Updated to reflect new developments in law such as the Cybercrime Act, POPIA and its regulations, tax (e-commerce and bitcoin measures), private law developments (cyberbullying), artificial intelligence and robotics (labour, warfare, drones, surveillance), the Copyright Amendment Bill, Big data and concomitant ethical considerations.
• New chapters: Electronic communications regulation in SA; Consumer protection in e-commerce; E-commerce and VAT; Copyright and the Internet; Privacy and data protection; Freedom of expression and the internet; Electronic evidence and Information security