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Welcome to the Internet Law Treatise. This is a project to maintain a free, open licensed, collaborative treatise summarizing the law related to the Internet with the cooperation of a wide variety of attorneys, law students and others. The Internet Law Treatise is currently in beta, please read the disclaimer.

Internet Law Treatise - beta

  1. Preface
  2. Chapter 1 - Defamation
    1. General
    2. Defamation In Cyberspace (Section 230)
    3. Judicial Decisions on CDA Section 230
    4. Selected Defenses
    5. International Defamation Decisions
  3. Chapter 2 - Content And Speech Regulation
    1. Obscenity
    2. Communications Decency Act - Obscene Materials
    3. Children's Online Protection Act (COPA)
    4. Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA)
    5. State Attempts At Regulation
    6. First Amendment
      1. Anonymity
    7. International Content Regulation
  4. Chapter 3 - Copyright
    1. General
    2. Rights Acquisition
    3. Infringement Issues
      1. Fair Use
    4. Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
    5. Non-Preemptable Common Law Claims
      1. Trespass to Chattels
  5. Chapter 4 - Trademark
    1. General
    2. Links, Frames, Search Engines And Meta-Tags
    3. Domain Names
    4. Liability For Trademark Infringement
  6. Chapter 5 - Misappropriation
    1. Misappropriation Of Trade Secrets
    2. Right of Publicity
  7. Chapter 6 - Electronic Contracts
    1. Click Wrap Licenses
    2. Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act
    3. Direct Mail Sales On The Web
    4. Online Auctions
  8. Chapter 7 - Privacy And Data Collection
    1. Data Terminology
    2. Statutory Protections
      1. Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA)
      2. The Wiretap Act (Title III)
      3. The Stored Communications Act
      4. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA)
    3. Government Agency Regulation
    4. Searching and Seizing Computers
    5. Key Privacy Cases
    6. Industry Self-Regulation
    7. International Issues
  9. Chapter 8 - Marketing Issues
    1. Spam
    2. Promotions
  10. Chapter 9 - Jurisdiction