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Cyberlaw Decoded: Home

Cyberlaw refers to many areas of law involving the use of computers and the Internet.

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What is CyberLaw?

Cyberlaw refers to many areas of law involving the use of computers and the Internet: electronic commerce and transactions, torts in cyberspace, cyberjurisdiction, Internet-related privacy, cybercrime and data security, Internet and software copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets. What cyberlaw is NOT is merely applying law to new technology. "It is a lens through which broader conceptual debates can be re-examined, challenged, and potentially reconceived...Studying cyberspace legal issues forces us to rethink established legal doctrines...and question some of the premises that underlie our thinking about the law and the way that the law operates." (Bellia, Cyberlaw, p. 1)

 

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