Real Law @ Virtual Space The Regulation of Cyberspace
Edition: 2nd 2004
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Description: This volume addresses the foundation of legislation of communication in cyberspace while reporting on the most current evolving regulatory measures. It examines exisiting law and explores the issues that will require legislative and judicial attention in the near future as the law develops.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $34.50
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Hampton Press, Incorporated
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Legal geography : changing borders of cyberlaw introduction||p. 1|
|The turning tide : electronic media regulatory principles then and now||p. 23|
|Freedom and liability in cyberspace : media, metaphors, and paths of regulation||p. 39|
|First Amendment challenges to content-based restriction on Internet expressions : the importance of the standard of review||p. 65|
|Moving the boxes around : in loco parentis and the Child Online Protection Act (COPA)||p. 81|
|History and decency : overcoming the threat of an inside-out approach||p. 97|
|The regulation of indecency on the Internet : the CDA, COPA and CIPA||p. 115|
|Filtering the First Amendment : the trouble with Internet content filters in public libraries and schools||p. 141|
|Copyright in a digital world : intellectual property rights in cyberspace||p. 171|
|Music and the Internet : some thoughts from a copyright perspective||p. 201|
|Bridging the gaps : linking in law, technology and communication policy||p. 223|
|Bad words and good Samaritans : defamatory speech in cyberspace||p. 239|
|Anonymous defamation and libel-by-linking : whom do you sue?||p. 259|
|Electronic privacy and the ability to leap tall firewalls in a single bound||p. 283|
|Cybercrime : felonies, misdemeanors and new legal frontiers||p. 321|
|Debating community or code : case studies in alternative Internet regulation||p. 345|
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