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Internet Library of Law and Court Decisions

Internet Library of Law and Court Decisions
According to the website itself, "The Internet Law Library, authored exclusively by Martin H. Samson, features extensive summaries of over 370 court decisions shaping the law of the web; providing facts, analysis and pertinent quotes from cases of interest to those who do business on the Internet and in New Media. These court decisions address a broad array of topics, including copyright and trademark infringement, dilution and other intellectual property issues, jurisdiction, linking, framing, keying, meta tags, pop-up ads, consumer complaint or gripe sites, tax, clip-art, online defamation, domain name disputes, e-mail, privacy, subpoenas, MP3s, encryption, gambling, click-wrap agreements, shrink wrap licenses, and spam, among others. Decisions applying and interpreting a number of statutes, such as the Communications Decency Act, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, and the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, are also analyzed. To paraphrase Jack Webb, "just the law ma'am, and nothing but the law." We provide a brief synopsis of each court decision, indexed alphabetically by subject matter. If the decision is of interest, click on its case title for a more thorough analysis of the court's decision, and, where available, its full text."

 


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