Internet and Online Law


Looking for a good introduction to internet law?  Check out Internet and Online Law by Kent D. Stuckey and Robert L. Ellis on Law Journal Press*. This title is the oldest continuously published and updated book about internet law. Its goal is to offer its readers a solid foundation, and it covers all major areas within the topic. Chapters include: "Contracting in the Electronic Environment", "Defamation and Reputation Management", "Privacy, Data Protection and Related Issues", "Copyright" and "Online Legal Ethics". Each chapter focuses on a specific area of law and provides detailed analysis with reference to applicable cases and statutes. Internet and Online Law concentrates on issues an attorney is most likely to face in practice.

This title is part of Law Journal Press' Internet and Technology Practice Area. To access, sign into and go to Law Journal Press from our list of databases. Once in Law Journal Press, select Internet & Technology as a practice area or type "Internet and Online Law" in the title search box.

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