Law of Internet Disputes

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Aspen Law & Business, 2001 - Law - 700 pages
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Avoid costly Internet disputes-or resolve them quickly--with expert guidance from a nationally recognized intellectual property litigator. In one highly accessible volume, author David Quinto provides timely analysis of the latest laws, rules, regulations, and technology solutions for dealing with Internet-related legal disputes. Coverage includes: The Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act ICANN's Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy the Digital Millennium Copyright Act the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act and more. Organized by specific type of problem (e.g. domain name dispute, framing, metatagging, etc.) Quinto analyzes the applicable statutes and policies...dissects the cases...discusses proposed legislation...and provides practical guidance to consider before taking action. Law of Internet Disputes also provides an arsenal of practice tools to minimize your research and drafting time, including: 'Practice Pointers' that alert you to new legal or technological approaches Sample cease and desist letters Complaints Tips for linking agreements

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