Cyberspace law (also known as internet law or cyberlaw) is an eclectic field, drawing on everything from contract law, to intellectual property, to free speech and privacy. Every action in cyberspace, from purchasing a product to posting a web page on your hobbies is touched by this new area of law.
A research program at Harvard Law School founded to explore cyberspace, share in its study, and help pioneer its development.
Informing the public of the effects of software piracy, and of action that can be taken to curb this ongoing activity.
Articles on cyber-law, the Internet, and the World Trade Organization, relating to Hong Kong and China, from T.K. Chang, Partner, a partner with the Hong Kong office of Coudert Brothers.
Providing information on U.S. federal laws, regulations and initiatives that relate to the Internet.
Information about Internet law, aimed at legal professionals, covering topics including intellectual property rights and infringement, domain name disputes, and business-method patents.
Weblog featuring news and commentary concerning IT law, maintained by the Berkman Center for Internet and Society.
Legal developments involving the Internet and new technologies.
Summaries of court decisions shaping the law of the Internet, by attorney Martin Samson.
Aims to investigate, expose and analyze Internet filtering and surveillance practices in a credible and non-partisan fashion.
United States, European Union, and other countries' laws and pending legislation regarding unsolicited commercial email.
Mark Anderson discusses how U.S. law has not caught up with search-engine technology and examines the implications.
Chronicling "gripe sites" and other sites confronted with legal action, with links to relevant resources.
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