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Geographical Information Systems and the Law: Mapping the Legal Frontiers

By: George Cho

John Wiley & Sons

Hardback | Jun 1998 | #81244 | ISBN: 0471948578
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About this book

Provides a much needed overview of important legal issues concerning the use of GIS and adds to the limited literature.

This is a rare book, Cho has succeeded in encapsulating the essence of both GIS and the law. -- The Photogrammetric Record, October 2000


Contents

Geographic Information Systems and the Legal Regime. Data and Information in a Computer Age. Liability Issues in Contract. Liability Issues in Tort. Public Access and Ownership of Information and Data. Intellectual Property in Information and Data. GIS in Court. Geographic Information Policy Issues. Appendices. List of Figures. List of Tables. References. Index.

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Biography

George Cho is Associate Professor of Geographic Information Systems and the Law, at the Faculty of Applied Science, University of Canberra, Australia.

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