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About Electronic Commerce: Antitrust and Consumer Protection in the Information Age (Monograph 26)
The volume of transactions that are affected by, or are transacted entirely over, the Internet is growing and will continue to grow for the foreseeable future. The effect of e-commerce on markets is better understood now than when e-commerce exploded a decade ago.
Electronic Commerce is meant to serve as a one-stop resource for high-technology lawyers who face antitrust and consumer protection issues in their practice. The book gathers and analyzes the key decisions and articles that address e-commerce.
Separate chapters of the book address economics, market definition, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, information exchange, distribution, privacy, and advertising. Readers can use these chapters to spot issues and answer e-commerce-related questions with confidence.