The internet is a large, complex, and continually changing system. The law surrounding the internet is no different. If you are looking for an up-to-date treatise that provides legal analysis of internet issues, check out Law of the Internet, 4th Edition by George B. Delta and Jeffrey H. Matsuura. The title covers a wide range of internet law topics including privacy, security, e-commerce, electronic contracts, tax issues, and more.
Law of the Internet, 4th Edition is available to Jenkins members through Treatises on Fastcase. To view this title within Treatises on Fastcase, select Search Loislaw Libraries from the menu on the left.
You have the option to search this specific title or browse within it. To browse, select Outline View, then navigate to the Internet Law and E-Commerce Law Library. Next, select the + symbol next to Law of the Internet.
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Select Clear All at the bottom of the screen to remove all check boxes. Then select the + symbol next to the Internet Law and E-Commerce Law Library and check the box next to Law of the Internet.
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