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The Importance of International Laws for Web Publishers

Because of the inherent global nature of the Internet, a web publisher in one country cannot be unconcerned about laws in other countries. For example, some countries impose language requirements on web sites, while others may seek to apply their own defamation laws. This article explores some of the international legal consequences of web publishing.

Morris, Stan. GigaLaw.com (2001). Articles>Intellectual Property>International


Is Spam Ordinary Commercial Speech?

An informal poll within the U.S. indicates that more than half of respondents favor a law restricting "spam," that is, unwanted electronic advertising that everyone with an e-mail address has been exposed to but does not know how to stop. In the poll, 30 percent favor making false e-mail headers illegal, but only slightly more than 11 percent said spam restrictions would violate the First Amendment.

Morris, Stan. Communication World Bulletin (2004). Articles>Business Communication>Correspondence>Email

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