Jan 31 2013
BNA’s Internet Law Resource Center is where many existing areas of law (criminal law, taxation, jurisdiction, intellectual property, First Amendment, and communications) are challenged to define rights and responsibilities in a “new” frontier. Whether you equate cyberlaw with the “Law of the Horse,” like Judge Easterbrook, or think there’s something more like Professor Lessig, there are great materials here for you. The Internet Law Resource Center provides access to cases, current awareness publications, and analysis from practitioners who specialize in Internet Law. So the next time you need to research how the law has moved forward in the Internet Age, be sure to check out this resource.
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