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This book is a second, updated edition of Law of Internet Speech, which was the first comprehensive resource available on the law of Internet speech. This rapidly developing area of law has now evolved to the point where key cases may be compiled, edited, and analyzed. The book discusses the application of analytical models of First Amendment...
This book is a second, updated edition of Law of Internet Speech, which was the first comprehensive resource available on the law of Internet speech. This rapidly developing area of law has now evolved to the point where key cases may be compiled, edited, and analyzed. The book discusses the application of analytical models of First Amendment jurisprudence to Internet communications and explores the regulation of Internet content in such contexts as hate speech, matters relating to national security, and obscenity. The Law of Internet Speech also examines claims of on-line defamation and analyzes ISP immunities under the Communications Decency Act. A section on privacy interests explores common law claims of privacy in digital media; the implications of data mining and on-line profiling; and the use of technological devices (such as cryptography). Author Madeleine Schachter also addresses proprietary interests in content, including copyright interests and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act; issues relating to trademark, domain names, and cybersquatting; and applications to linking, framing, and metatags. To further assist the reader, a glossary of Internet terms is included.
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