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Antitrust
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If we adhered to a policy of only presenting legal topics which had utility for the visitors to this site, we'd skip Justice and the Attorneys General vs. Microsoft, since it's not likely that many companies will have legal problems resembling Microsoft's: there don't seem to be any budding monopolists on the scene. However, the outcome of the dispute matters to everyone who uses the Internet...

E-Commerce
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As electronic commerce has grown, the inevitable fall out from failed transactions and businesses relationships has resulted in a developing body of case law...

First Amendment Law
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The courts have uniformly acknowledged that the Internet is to be accorded the full measure of First Amendment protections against governmental attempts to restrict speech...

ISP Issues
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ISP Review...

Linking, Framing, and Meta-tags
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Links are the heart and soul of the Internet. By using hypertext markup language to identify "hot" text or images, web sites are connected. Netizens have historically viewed linking, with or without permission, as an "Internet right" beyond reproach. The explosive growth of e-commerce is arguably changing that opinion, however...

Personal Jurisdiction and the Internet
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In a civil case, it is the plaintiff who typically makes the initial choice as to where to bring the lawsuit, and he may choose a court whose location would make it a costly and logistically difficult forum for a distant defendant...

Privacy, Security (ISO 17799, Forensics)
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The wellspring of the Internet's power is access to information and ease of communicating it. Since the right of privacy concerns the proper limits on distribution of personal information, the potential for Internet-related conflicts over privacy abounds...

Spamming, Spoofing, Can-Spam Act
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Spam, unsolicited commercial e-mail, is the Internet analog to junkmail and telemarketing. The moniker “spam” originates with the infamous Monty Python restaurant skit involving two diners, a wait staff, a chorus of Vikings, and a menu featuring spam in various gastronomic combinations and ever increasing quantities...

Trademark / Copyright Infringement
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Copyright is the body of law that confers ownership of certain expressions of ideas, and protects certain exclusive rights of the owner... ....

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