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Real Law @ Virtual Space Communication Regulation in Cyberspace

ISBN-10: 1572731257

ISBN-13: 9781572731257

Edition: N/A

Authors: Susan J. Drucker, Gary Gumpert

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Legislators, service providers, consumers and courts are grappling with the liability and free expression implications of technological developments. This volume aims to address existing law and explore the issues which will require legislative and judicial attention.
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List price: $35.00
Publisher: Hampton Press, Incorporated
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 368
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Preface
Legal Geography: The Borders of Cyberlaw Introductionp. 1
Overviewp. 29
Different Strokes for Different Folks: The Intersection of Regulatory Principles and Technologyp. 31
Frontiers and Legal Landscapes: As Safety Valves Open and Closep. 51
Freedom and Liability in Cyberspace: Media, Metaphors, and Paths of Regulationp. 71
Economics and the Internet: No Free Rides on the InfoBahn; The Information Superhighway Becomes a Toll Roadp. 95
Communications Decency Actp. 129
Communications Decency Act: Editors' Commentsp. 131
First Amendment Challenges to Restrictions on Internet Expression: Which Standard for Judicial Review?p. 137
The Old Rules May Not Apply Anymore: Technology Aversion, Virtual Communities, and the Need for Innovation in Evaluating Restrictions of Cyberspacep. 151
History and Decency: Overcoming the Threat of an Inside-Out Approachp. 167
Regulation of Indecency in Electronic Communicationp. 183
Property Interestsp. 203
Copyright in a Digital World: Intellectual Property Rights in Cyberspacep. 205
Museums Without Walls: Property Rights and Reproduction in the World of Cyberspacep. 227
Rights of Attribution and Integrity in Online Communicationp. 251
Identities, Commodities, and Information Flows: Intellectual Property Rights and the Construction of Emergent Electronic Social Spacesp. 267
Selling On, Not Out, the Internetp. 287
Personal Liabilitiesp. 303
Cubby or Stratton Oakmont?: Defamatory Speech on Computer Bulletin Boardsp. 305
Of Firewalls and Unlocked Doors: Expectations of Privacyp. 325
Commercial Speech in Cyberspace: The Junk E-mail Issuep. 349
Ethical Issues for a Virtual Selfp. 371
Ethical and Legal Issues in E-mail Therapyp. 19
Author Indexp. 419
Case Indexp. 427
Subject Indexp. 431
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