By George Cho
Cho (University of Canberra) explores either how the legislations impacts using geographic info and the way geographic details has formed the legislation and coverage in different nations. He identifies the standards influencing public use and pricing guidelines, describes using trade criteria to proportion and commercialize geographic details, and descriptions a global framework for the advance of entry regulations. privateness concerns, agreement legislations, the felony criteria of legal responsibility, and the highbrow estate rights that impinge on geographic details platforms and companies also are addressed.
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Database Directive, moral rights, and sui generis schemas that have been proposed. Also discussed are business methods patents and those relating to GI and the implications of the Digital Agenda on GI. Section six addresses other legal issues and atypical developments that provide IPR protection in other ways—the ‘copyleft’ movement, for example. fm Page 9 Tuesday, December 28, 2004 6:11 PM Introduction geographical indications, photographs and fonts. There is also a discussion of infringements, defences to infringements of IPR, and suggests some remedies to these.
2000. Privacy Protection for Rape Victims Act of 1978 (US). C. § 3401-22. Sony Bono Copyright Term Extension Act (CTEA) 1999. South Carolina Constitution, Art. 1, § 10. Privacy Protection. Suits in Admiralty Act 1948, 46 App. C. 741 et seq. C. § 222. Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (US). Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) § 2-204(1), Art. 14: Contract for sale of goods. Uniform Electronic Transactions Act 1999 (US). Uniform Freedom of Information Act 1986. C. § 2719. C. § 106A. Washington Constitution, Art.
6 Using a broader definition for the geomatics industry to include GI software, hardware, navigation and other services the value was close to CAN$2 billion employing an about 20 000 people. More significantly, the study also suggested that worldwide the geomatics industry in 2001 was worth US$24 billion with an annual growth rate of 20% per annum. S. 6 billion in core business revenue in 2002 over the previous year. Core business revenues include software, hardware, services and other products.
Geographic Information Science: Mastering the Legal Issues (2005)(2nd ed.)(en)(474s) by George Cho