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BMT-2860 - Cyber Law

Examines current and emerging cyber law issues that are critical to business, government, and individuals. Students will examine jurisdiction; protection of intellectual property; contracts and licensing agreements; sales tax; raising equity capital online; privacy; obscenity in cyberspace; defamation; internet and information security; computer crime; and ethics. The goal is to address these issues in a practical, business-oriented manner and to advance sophistication in the field. As this is a dynamic discipline, subject areas and course materials may vary, as needed, with future developments in the field. (Formerly MGT-2860. Students may not receive credit for both MGT-2860 and BMT-2860.)
Academic Level
Undergraduate Level
Subject
Business and Management
Department
SOCIAL SCIENCES & BUSINESS
Credits
3
Corequisites
None
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