Information Law, Governance, and Cybersecurity (American Casebook Series)
This book is designed to teach law students and information professionals the law and practices related to information management, or what is increasingly referred to as the practice of information governance. Of necessity, it covers a lot of ground: from information contracts and information torts to government transparency and cybersecurity. It is, in effect, an information law survey book, but one that combines a discussion of applicable law with the practical and process orientation that is a hallmark of those involved in information governance.
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