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Information technologies and legislation part.1: Intellectual Property
 

Information technologies and legislation part.1: Intellectual Property

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This material comes from the course I give to 2nd year-students at Centrale Nantes who follow the "Webstrategies and development" program. During this semester long program, students have the ...

This material comes from the course I give to 2nd year-students at Centrale Nantes who follow the "Webstrategies and development" program. During this semester long program, students have the opportunity to develop a sound understanding of current web marketing techniques and to put these techniques into practice through real professional missions undertaken with our partners. All courses are given in English. More information on our blog: https://pedagogie.ec-nantes.fr/web-sd/

This courses aims to give an overview of worldwide legislation with regard to the creation of websites. During the first part of my course (corresponding to these slides), I give the basics about intellectual property (patent, trademark, copyright, digital rights management). Next I focus on database rights, software licenses and personal data processing (have a look to my other slideshows).

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