Website Hacking, Viruses and Attacks

A review of the legal issues raised in the US by various forms of "attack" that may be made against websites or internet users generally, focusing on hacking, viruses and unsolicited e-mails (or spamming).

Lothar Determann and Lars F Brauer, Baker & McKenzie LLP


 

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