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18 Things Every Business Must Know ... ... Before Doing Business on the Web; highlights the various issues to consider, such as computer law, corporate, tax, securities, employment, intellectual property, regulatory, and international advice.
Are You The Master of Your Domain? Enforcing Trademark Rights Online Through The ICANN Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy & The Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act; article by Henry J. Fasthoff, May 2000. Pdf-file
Australian Spam Act 2003 Guides and Information Sheets
California Anti-Spam Law The author discusses some, but certainly not all of the provisions in both the current law and the new law. September 2003
CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 How to Comply with the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003
CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 "Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography And Marketing Act of 2003."  - latest version of this law
Children's Online Privacy Enforcement Actions Commenced by FTC. June 2001
Confusion in Cyberspace This article explores issues relating to the use of hyperlinks, including responsibility for third party content, and payment arrangements, as well as the need to update the existing securities regulatory guidance in these areas.
Domain Name Disputes An introduction to domain names; how domain names are assigned; domain name disputes; legal remedies; and domain name dispute policies.
Drafting Website Terms and Conditions Explains how to use Web site terms and conditions to manage the publisher-user relationship. Focus on British and European Law
International Liability for Internet Content Publish Locally, Defend Globally. Pdf-file 408 KB. 2003
Internet Privacy Law Since no formal law exists within cyberspace, Internet users can find recourse only through the applicable laws of their own government. This web page will not attempt to discuss conflict of law in the international arena, but will address US law and its relevance to the American Internet user.
Judicious Partnering Online collaboration can be risky business without a clear understanding of the roles and responsibilities of each participant
Law of Links Provides an overview of the legal problems using links etc.
Network and Information Security Domestic and International Initiatives to Combat Cybercrime. Pdf-file 68 KB. January 2003
Online Fair Use of Copyrighted Material: Issues and Concerns
Resolving Domain Name Disputes With Planning and Forethought, Cost-Effective Management Policy Can Be Developed. Pdf-file. February 2003
Rights of Privacy: An Overview
Service Provider Liability This site discusses potential sources of liability for ISPs, including general issues, recent cases, trademark liability, contract law and fraud, and defamation
Spam Laws in the European Union This site lists and links Europan spam laws and laws in the member countries
The Feds Target Spam But are they targeting you, too? What you should know about CAN-SPAM
before you send another e-mail message. January 2004
Trademarks on the Internet This site discusses Trademark infringement discovered on the Internet; Inappropriate allegations of trademark infringement; Domain name disputes; Trademark infringement and domain names; and Trademark dilution and domain names.
Understanding Internet Co-Branding Deals This article addresses a common type of co-branding relationship in which a “provider” maintains a set of pages (“the co-branded site”) that looks and feels like the “brander’s” web site.1 The co-branded site is promoted on the brander’s web site through linking. pdf-file 1999  
Web Page Linking and Legal Liability This site explains the mechanics of linking, and situations in which links may cause legal problems for their creators.
Web Site Legal Issues This site discusses the legal issues involved with the creation of a web site, including copyright, domain name, trademark, defamation, and linking and framing concerns

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