What is Cyberlaw ?

November 20, 2006 1:11am CST
Apparently it will protect the 1.4 million dollars you are earning each month on your online business. A law firm called D. Robert Silber, P.A., advises and protects authors, publishers, experts, speakers and Internet marketers and their creative works, intellectual property and businesses because various Government & Law Enforcement Agencies surf the Web looking for violators of the many laws that apply to doing business on the Internet. Cyberlaw includes: Web Site Federal Trade Commission laws, Intellectual Property, Trademarks, Copyrights and Internet laws, these laws effect everyone doing business on the Internet. There are endless legal pitfalls, both civil and criminal, that every Internet entrepreneur needs to be aware of. New Internet laws and how the courts interpret them impact every Net business. So my motto is: Be safe get protection!
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@swarn47 (1706)
• India
20 Nov 06
cyberlaw Body of law bearing on the world of computer networks, especially the Internet. As traffic on the Internet has increased, so have the number and kind of legal issues surrounding the technology. Hotly debated issues include the obscenity of some on-line sites, the right of privacy, freedom of speech, regulation of electronic commerce, and the applicability of copyright laws. Source: http://www.answers.com/cyberlaw?initiator=IE7:SearchBox
• Bahamas
21 Nov 06
answers.com is a really good site, I agree the right to privacy and freedom of speech are issues heavily debated. We will just have to see how far the internet will go and how it will change laws and create new ones.