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Acting as an essential text for attorneys practicing at the intersection of intellectual property and criminal law, Intellectual Property and Computer Crimes is penned by Peter Toren, an experienced federal litigator and an original member of the DOJ’s Computer Crime and IP section, where he worked for eight years and served as Acting Deputy Chief.
This sweeping desk reference covers topics including hacking laws, infringement, trademark counterfeiting, actions arising out of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, the Economic Espionage Act, DMCA, and the Electronic Communications Privacy Act. It also includes a number of sections on the civil provisions of the CFAA, EEA, DMCA, and the ECPA.
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