Software Copyright Law includes all the significant developments in the law relating to copyright protection of computer software. It deals in particular with computer programs, databases and other works stored on computer and covers issues on the growing software piracy market. The new edition takes account of major developments including the Database Directive, a Government White Paper on the importance of rights in information, European developments in copyright law. The book also examines a number of recent cases e. g. Microsoft v Electro-wide and Creative Technology v Aztec. This book is an essential reference source on a range of computer software protection issues in a fast developing area of law.