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Number of hours
Lectures : -
Tutorials : 18.0
Laboratory works : -
Projects : -
Internship : -
Written tests : -
ECTS : 1.0
Officials :Christel TESSIER, Marie LORPHELIN
The purpose of this class is to provide a practical overview of the legal issues raised by computer science, especially when creating and using software. The objective is to learn good practices with regard to the intellectual property law and the various regulations in connection with the development of a computer project (personal data protection, hacking, etc.).
Law and IT: software focus -Which elements of a software are protectable? -Who owns the rights? -How to protect software? -What are the rights and duties of the author and the user? -How to exploit a software?
Law and IT: other protected and protected elements -the databases -the patent case -the use of various contents -the choice of a name -the case of personal data -using the internet
Each topic will include a theoretical part illustrated by practical cases.
Written exam lasting 1h30 (theoretical questions + practical cases)