This book analyses the interrelationship of recordkeeping, ethics and law in terms of existing regulatory models and their application to the Internet. It proposes an Internet model based on the notion of a legal and social relationship as a means of identifying the legal and ethical rights and obligations of recordkeeping participants in networked transactions. It also provides a unique approach to property, access, privacy and evidence for online records.
An innovative incorporation of disciplinary perspectives from law, ethics and archival science
A proposed universal Internet regulatory model for recordkeeping
An analytical tool for identifying recordkeeping legal and ethical rights and responsibilities online
A unique approach to property, access, privacy and evidence for online records
A model for interdisciplinary research and analysis