Authors: Henk A. Ritsema
Addresses: Faculty of Management and Organization, University of Groningen, P.O. Box 800, 9700 AV Groningen, The Netherlands
Abstract: The use of new information technologies can create several sorts of problems and difficulties of a legal nature, for example those relating to intellectual property rights, threats to the security of systems and data, and product liability. This raises questions of the protection of the company|s interests on the one hand, and protection of the individual|s interests on the other. The author argues that a successful strategy for managing information technology must make due consideration of the legal aspects.
Keywords: information technology; intellectual property rights; data protection; computer system security; product liability; legal protection; legal strategies; technology management; information management; law.
International Journal of Technology Management, 1989 Vol.4 No.4/5, pp.551 - 562
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