Information Law: A Compilation of Articles

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, May 14, 2016 - 168 pages
Who is liable for errors caused by information, information systems and digital media? Is there an effective way to address privacy and security when information can be accessed by anyone anywhere in the world?Attorney Peter Marx addresses these issues and many others in this compilation of articles. Information Law, a term Marx coined in 1985 has evolved into issues being addressed today within the fields of Internet law, Web law, cyberlaw and the law of digital media.

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About the author (2016)

Peter Marx has been general counsel of Interactive Data Corporation, a partner at Goulston & Storrs, a solo practitioner focused on digital media, staff attorney in the SEC's Division of Corporation Finance, Washington lobbyist, arbitrator for AAA and Finra, corporate venture capitalist and entrepreneur.He has testified as an expert before Congressional committees, been a guest lecturer at Harvard's Kennedy School and provided expert commentary for numerous publications including the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Business Week and the Washington Post. He is the editor of five books and author of more than 40 articles in business and professional publications, many of which are included in this book. He holds BA, MBA and JD degrees from Cornell University.

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