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The Impact Of The Internet On The Development Of Law, Peter W. Martin Dec 1996

The Impact Of The Internet On The Development Of Law, Peter W. Martin

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

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Law And The Internet: What Are The Dangers Of Putting The World At Your Fingertips?, I. Trotter Hardy Mar 1996

Law And The Internet: What Are The Dangers Of Putting The World At Your Fingertips?, I. Trotter Hardy

Popular Media

No abstract provided.


Jurisdiction In Cyberspace, Henry H. Perritt Jr. Mar 1996

Jurisdiction In Cyberspace, Henry H. Perritt Jr.

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Mapping The Information Superhighway, Henry H. Perritt Jr. Mar 1996

Mapping The Information Superhighway, Henry H. Perritt Jr.

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Legal And Technological Infrastructures For Electronic Payment Systems, Henry H. Perritt Jr. Mar 1996

Legal And Technological Infrastructures For Electronic Payment Systems, Henry H. Perritt Jr.

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Property And Innovation In The Global Information Infrastructure, Henry H. Perritt Jr. Mar 1996

Property And Innovation In The Global Information Infrastructure, Henry H. Perritt Jr.

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


The National Conference On Legal Information Issues: Selected Essays, Timothy L. Coggins Jan 1996

The National Conference On Legal Information Issues: Selected Essays, Timothy L. Coggins

Law Faculty Publications

During the past decade, information technology developments have the dissemination and use of legal and legal-related In 1995, the American Association of Law Libraries, a organization with more than 5,000 members, convened the first "National Conference on Legal Information Issues" in conjunction with its eighty-eighth meeting. National Conference provided a forum for members of the legal and information communities to discuss the challenging problems and issues arising from the dynamic technological changes that have impacted the creation, dissemination and use of legal information. The National Conference assembled more than 2,500 librarians, law faculty and deans, judges court administrators ...


Property (And Copyright) In Cyberspace, I. Trotter Hardy Jan 1996

Property (And Copyright) In Cyberspace, I. Trotter Hardy

Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Starting An Electronic Journal In Law, I. Trotter Hardy Jan 1996

Starting An Electronic Journal In Law, I. Trotter Hardy

Faculty Publications

Starting and operating an electronic journal is similar to starting and operating any journal; it is only the actual “mailing” of an electronic journal that is easier. The author discusses his experience in starting the Journal of Online Law, an electronic journal dealing with the legal issues of cyberspace. He describes his experience in addressing questions such as whether to charge for access, how to gain visibility for the journal, what type of articles make the most sense for electronic publication, which forms of electronic distribution make the most sense, and other issues.


Book Review. Telecom Regulation Monitor (S. Gieman And E. Herman, Eds.), Juliet Casper Smith Jan 1996

Book Review. Telecom Regulation Monitor (S. Gieman And E. Herman, Eds.), Juliet Casper Smith

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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Law In Cyberspace, Fred H. Cate Jan 1996

Law In Cyberspace, Fred H. Cate

Articles by Maurer Faculty

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Commercial Exploitation Or Protected Use? Stern V. Delphi Internet Services Corporation And The Erosion Of The Right Of Publicity, Karin M. Mika, Aaron J. Reber Jan 1996

Commercial Exploitation Or Protected Use? Stern V. Delphi Internet Services Corporation And The Erosion Of The Right Of Publicity, Karin M. Mika, Aaron J. Reber

Law Faculty Articles and Essays

This article addresses the repercussions of Stern v. Delphi Internet Services Corporation and argues that the decision in Stern opens the door to a broader interpretation of “newsworthiness” and “public interest” that will enable advertisers broader First Amendment protections when using “unauthorized” likenesses. This article posits that artful advertisers could very well use the theory of Stern as a basis for virtually ensuring that every “unauthorized likeness” will enjoy First Amendment protection and not be considered as violative of the right of publicity.


It Came From Planet Clipper: The Battle Over Cryptographic Key "Escrow", A. Michael Froomkin Jan 1996

It Came From Planet Clipper: The Battle Over Cryptographic Key "Escrow", A. Michael Froomkin

Articles

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Flood Control On The Information Ocean: Living With Anonymity, Digital Cash, And Distributed Databases, A. Michael Froomkin Jan 1996

Flood Control On The Information Ocean: Living With Anonymity, Digital Cash, And Distributed Databases, A. Michael Froomkin

Articles

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A Right To Read Anonymously: A Closer Look At "Copyright Management" In Cyberspace, Julie E. Cohen Jan 1996

A Right To Read Anonymously: A Closer Look At "Copyright Management" In Cyberspace, Julie E. Cohen

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

It has become commonplace to say that we have entered the age of information. The words conjure up images of a reader’s paradise—an era of limitless access to information resources and unlimited interpersonal communication. In truth, however, the new information age is turning out to be as much an age of information about readers as an age of information for readers. The same technologies that have made vast amounts of information accessible in digital form are enabling information providers to amass an unprecedented wealth of data about who their customers are and what they like to read. In ...


Commentary: Exploring The Challenges Of Electronic Commerce Taxation Through The Experience Of Financial Instruments, Diane M. Ring Jan 1996

Commentary: Exploring The Challenges Of Electronic Commerce Taxation Through The Experience Of Financial Instruments, Diane M. Ring

Boston College Law School Faculty Papers

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Governing Networks And Rule-Making In Cyberspace, Joel R. Reidenberg Jan 1996

Governing Networks And Rule-Making In Cyberspace, Joel R. Reidenberg

Faculty Scholarship

The global network environment defies traditional regulatory theories and policymaking practices. At present, policymakers and private sector organizations are searching for appropriate regulatory strategies to encourage and channel the global information infrastructure (“GII”). Most attempts to define new rules for the development of the GII rely on disintegrating concepts of territory and sector, while ignoring the new network and technological borders that transcend national boundaries. The GII creates new models and sources for rules. Policy leadership requires a fresh approach to the governance of global networks. Instead of foundering on old concepts, the GII requires a new paradigm for governance ...