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Foundation Press, 2005 - Law - 115 pages
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This casebook explores Internet Law as a coherent if organic whole -- integrating the historical sweep of the global Internet's development with both the opportunities and problems it has brought about. The book is broad and thorough enough to be the primary or sole text for a variety of Internet-related courses, while deep enough to bring students through the important nuances of such doctrinal topics as copyright, privacy and jurisdiction without assuming any particular prior exposure to these subfields

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An Overview of Jurisdictional Problems
Doctrinal Approaches to the Taxonomy
Borders and Zoning in Cyberspace

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