Domain And Internet Issues

ACLU Special Web Collection On Privacy and Data Protection
Privacy and data protection on the Internet.

American Bar Association Uniform Citation Standards
ABA Legal Technology Resource Center

Berkman Center for Internet and Society
Research program founded to explore cyberspace, share in its study, and help pioneer its development. The Center is a network of teaching and research faculty from Harvard Law School and elsewhere

Canadian Cases
Domain, obscenity, computer access

Cataloging Internet Resources: A Manual and Practical Guide

Citing Electronic Fulltext

Citing Sources Yale style manual

Coalition Against Unsolicited Email
Check this site for updates on pending legislation

Copyright Law for WebMasters

A virtual, online class taught by Professor Susan Brenner and brought by the University of Dayton Law School

CyberSpace Law Tutorial for Non-Lawyers
A great free on-line course covering Trademark, Copyrights, Libel, Free Speech, Contract Law, Content Regulation and Dispute Resolution in CyberSpace brought by the Cyberspace Law Institute, Social Science Electronic Publishing

Domain Name Registries Around The World
Provides links to domain name registries around the world listed in alphabetical order. Site links directly to forms to register domains for most of the countries.

E-Commerce and Digital Cash
(scroll down to articles section) Website of Michael Froomkin, U of Miami

E-Law by
Great Information on Trademarks and Copyright Information as it relates to the Internet

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
Links to Libraries, Information and sources to learn more about EDI

Electronic Guidelines for Consumer Protection
Information in French and English by the OECD

Enjoining Children’s Online Protection Act
Judge Reed’s Decision

Fair Dealing in Webbed Links
Shetland Times Ltd. v. Dr. Jonathan Wills and Another

Flawed Domain Name Policy
NSI Flawed Domain Name Policy Information Page

Green Paper
Discussion Draft (Ira Magazner)-1/30/98

Help2Go is a web site that seeks to offer visitors useful information about a wide variety of computer and internet-related topics in an easy-to-digest and entertaining format
General domain information, trademark links and significant Internet legal cases.

Tips for busting the junk out of your life; discusses Telemarketing and email Spam among other “junk”

Internet Law Library
Features extensive summaries of court decisions shaping the law of the web; providing facts, analysis and pertinent quotes from cases of interest to those involved in New Media addressing copyright, trademark, dilution and other intellectual property issues, jurisdiction, linking, framing, meta tags, clip-art, defamation, domain name, e-mail, encryption, gambling, click-wrap agreements, shrink-wrap licenses, spamming and other subjects by Phillips Nizer Benjamin Krim and Ballon LLP

Internet Law Links

Internet Privacy Law

Provides a good source of cyberspace law in French in the Canadian and French jurisdictions, site is in French

Legal Elements of Design
Linking, Framing and Meta Tags

The Link Controversy

May 19, 2000, New York Times (Registration free, but required)
In New Forum for Domain Name Disputes, Trademark Holders Dominate

Net Litigation, Internet Law
News, Suits, Discussion

The Perkins Coie Internet Digest
This compilation of cases that address specific issues of Internet-related law, or have significant implications for Internet legal issues

Public Access Networks Corporation
Filtering Spam, Examining E-Mail Headers

The Publishing Law Center

“Site seeing on the internet”
Guide to help prepare for your voyage and avoid fraud and deception en route by the FTC and the Attorney General

Special Client Issues for Web Designers

Surfer Beware II Article from the Electronic Privacy Information Center exposing privacy and possible unsafe practices by Internet E-tailers

TradeMark Law for WebMasters

US Dept of Commerce
Mgmt of Internet Domain Names & Addresses- Policy Statement-6/5/98

Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)
Proposed regulation on authoring tool accessibility. WAI pursues accessibility of the Web for people with disabilities through five primary areas technology, guidelines, tools, education & outreach, and research & development

Web Law
Extensive summaries of court decisions shaping the law of the web; providing facts, analysis and pertinent quotes from cases covering domain name, email, jurisdiction, linking, spam, trademark, contract, copyright, defamation, encryption, first amendment, gambling, right of publicity, shrink-wrap, venue and clip art

Web Law FAQ

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