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Law, Technology, and Business: The 21st Century Corporation and the Future of Work

Susanna Monseau

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  • ISBN: 9781454891208

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    Law, Technology, and Business is a first-of-its-kind book for students about the business and legal environment of the twenty-first century. The book reviews the main technological, social, environmental and economic drivers of the Second Digital Revolution. Using examples, the book discusses issues like the effect of Silicon Valley and the collaborative economy on the corporation, how automation might affect the world of work and how legal concepts like privacy, freedom of expression, ownership, and even autonomy, are being shaped by new technologies.

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    Summary of Contents

    Contents
    Preface

    SECTION I: THE SECOND DIGITAL AGE
    Chapter 1. The Industrial Revolution to the First Digital Age
    Chapter 2. General Purpose Technologies of the Second Digital Age
    Chapter 3. Social, Economic, and Environmental Trends
    for the 21st Century

    SECTION II: THE 21st CENTURY CORPORATION
    Chapter 4. The Purpose of the 21st Century Corporation
    Chapter 5. Silicon Valley, Online Intermediaries, and Innovation
    Chapter 6. The Collaborative Economy and New Business Models
    Chapter 7. The New Digital Age Customer

    SECTION III: THE FUTURE OF WORK
    Chapter 8. The Workforce of the 21st Century
    Chapter 9. Digital Technology and the Future of Work
    Chapter 10. A Post-Employment Economy

    SECTION IV: LAWS FOR THE NEW ECONOMY
    Chapter 11. Freedom of Expression in the Second Digital Age
    Chapter 12. Digital Privacy, Data Protection, and Security
    Chapter 13. Copyright and Ownership in a Digital Age
    Chapter 14. Future Law and Technology Issues

    Appendix A: List of Cases and Laws
    Appendix B: List of References
    Appendix C: Acronyms
    Glossary
    Index

  • Author Information

    Susanna Monseau

    na Monseau is an attorney qualified in the state of New York and in England. After completion of her legal education in England, she worked as a litigator in the area of intellectual property at major commercial law firms in London and Philadelphia. She began teaching in 1999 and is a professor of business law at The College of New Jersey, teaching courses currently in legal environment of business, international business law, law and technology, and civil rights in a digital age. She is the author of numerous law review articles and business cases on law, technology and international issues. She is a member of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business, and the Council on Undergraduate Research. She has served as an officer of the North East Legal Academy of Business and is a reviewer for the Journal of Legal Studies in Educ

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