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Law for Computing Students by Geoffrey Richard Sampson

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Law for Computing Students
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776814717
Number of pages: 131

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This free textbook shows the reader where in the IT-based business legal problems are likely to arise. The author aims to give computing students that kind of broad level of understanding of the law applicable to IT sector.

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