This book is a general introduction to information law and gives a clear picture of the various topics involved, such as: telecommunications and broadcasting, advertising and product placement, privacy, rights to government controlled information, exclusive rights in information and information technology, etc. The contents of this publication is based on papers delivered at a conference held in Amsterdam, June 1991 by the Institute for Information Law of the Amsterdam University. INFROMATION LAW SERIES 2It is hard to avoid using the Honda trademark if one wishes to point out that one sells spare parts which are specifically designed to fit on a Honda Accord. ... It is generally accepted that to sell a#39;Armstronga#39; exhaust pipes with the indication that they will fit on a#39;Austina#39; cars does not constitute use of the latter trademark for the registered goods or services, but it does constitute a#39;othera#39; use of that trademark under ... Cf. District Court of a#39;s-Hertogenbosch 2 1 July 1987, BIE 1990, 42 ( Lantech v.
|Title||:||Information Law Towards the 21st Century|
|Author||:||Willem F. Korthals Altes|
|Publisher||:||Kluwer Law International - 1992-01-01|