Law of the Internet, Third Edition Law of the Internet, Third Edition
by George B. Delta, Jeffrey H. Matsuura

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The Law of The Internet, Third Edition quickly and easily gives you everything you need to counsel expertly on:

  • Applying privacy laws to electronic communications issues
  • Ensuring secure electronic transactions, cryptography, and digital signatures
  • Protecting intellectual property online through link licenses, frame control and other methods
  • Electronic commerce and contracting
  • Online financial services and securities transactions
  • Antitrust and other liability
  • Internal network security
  • Taxation of electronic commerce
  • Jurisdiction in Cyberspace
  • As well as Internet legal issues arising under libel and slander laws and obscenity and indecency laws

This new Third Edition also includes details from recent WTO decisions, relevant tort cases, summaries and analysis on cyber-libel, international defamation law, shrink wrap licenses, e-mail messages, sales and use tax, data theft, patent conflicts and more. Also covered in the new edition are analysis of the recent cases U.S. v. Williams and Connection Distributing Co. v. Keisler.

The authors — two Internet legal experts who advise America's top high-tech companies — demonstrate exactly how courts, legislators and treaties expand traditional law into the new context of the Internet and its commercial applications, with all the citations you'll need. Special features of this two-volume resource include timesaving checklists and references to online resources.

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