Internet Law Treatise:General disclaimer

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The Internet Law Treatise is a work in progress. The law can change quickly, and portions of the ILT may be out of date. Please use the ILT as a starting point for your own research, but check for more recent cases and authorities. Note that the ILT is primarily focused on U.S. law. Please note that, even if a statement made about the law is accurate, it may only be accurate in one jurisdiction (place); as well, the law may have changed, been modified or overturned by subsequent development since the entry was made.

The materials in the ILT are for informational purposes only and not for the purpose of providing legal advice. You should contact your attorney to obtain advice with respect to any particular issue or problem. There is no attorney-client relationship between the authors of and contributors to the ILT and the reader. Any opinions expressed in ILT are the opinions of the authors and may not reflect the opinions of the firm or company for whom they work, or any individual attorney.

The Internet Law Treatise is based upon the Electronic Media and Privacy Law Handbook, which was published by Perkins Coie LLP in December 2003, and is available in book form through Amazon. Perkins Coie has provided the EMPLH "AS IS" without any warranty of any kind from Perkins Coie, including without limitation any warranty of title and noninfringement.