Internet Policies and Issues, Volume 1
B. G. Kutais
Nova Science Publishers, Jan 1, 1999 - Computers - 153 pages
This book discusses key policies and legal issues such as security, useless e-mail, Internet navigation, access, gambling, searching techniques, copyright, indecency, privacy and the next generation Internet. Features: an overview of six key policy issues affecting its use and growth; Internet gambling -- overview of federal criminal law; online service provider copyright liability -- analysis and discussion; protecting privacy on the Internet -- a summary of legislative proposals; restrictions on minor's access to material on the Internet; point and click -- Internet search techniques; Internet technology; Internet indecency -- the Supreme Court decision on the Communications Decency Act.
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