eBusiness legal kit for dummies

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IDG Books Worldwide, 2000 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
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A plain-English guide to avoiding legal troubles in cyberspace. U.S. Internet-related revenue will surge to $196.1 billion in the year 2000. At the same time, over 100 Internet-related laws were proposed in the last Congress! eBusiness Legal Kit For Dummies provides plain-English explanations of the pertinent legal topics that small business owners need to understand to maintain a succuessful e-business. A CD-ROM provides valuable checklists, forms, sample letters, and agreements. This handy guide explores Copyright law and permission issues surrounding information usage on Web sites Pending legislation on taxation, privacy issues, e-mail solicitation lists, and more Requirements and logistics of forming online contracts and strategic alliances--including point-and-click and Web wrap agreements Domain names and trademarks--how to register and protect them Licensing and distribution agreements

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Butler is an attorney representing individuals and businesses in entertainment, new media, internet and hi-tech. She is the monthly legal columnist and small business advisor of Ziff-Davis Inc.'s ZDNET and has written articles for national and international publications.