By David Bender
One of the beneficial properties of this treatise are its vast insurance people and overseas privateness and knowledge defense, digital discovery, digital proof, and US and overseas software program protection.
• The privateness and knowledge safeguard legislation of the U.S., the states, the ecu Union, and plenty of different overseas nations.
• program of the invention principles to digital files and different digital documents
• the right way to introduce or oppose the admission of digital facts, and the way to assault or buttress the probative price of this evidence.
• U.S. and overseas equipment of defending software program by utilizing copyright, alternate secrets and techniques, patents, and contracts.
• The technical fundamentals of software program and undefined, defined on a degree you could comprehend.
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