Information and Communication Technology Law (master's 1 1/2-years)

The programme examines legal issues associated with the use of information and communication technology (ICT).

To what extent should anonymous use of electronic communications be legally permitted and protected? What legal rights does one have when participating in online social networking communities, such as Facebook? To what extent may one lawfully circumvent a copy-protection mechanism on a compact disc (CD) in order to play the CD contents through another medium? What are and should be the legal rules on liability for use of data and applications in cloud computing? To what degree may Internet search engines like Google lawfully register data on their users? How is the basic infrastructure of the Internet regulated, and how ought it to be regulated?

Application deadline
Tuition No tuition fee
Degree level Master, 1 - 1.5 years
City Oslo
Credits 90.0
Language of teaching English