The World Wide Web and the New World of Litigation: A Basic Introduction

Brady, Michael J.; Monin, Lawrence O.
October 1999
Defense Counsel Journal;Oct99, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p497
Academic Journal
Addresses the challenges presented by the Internet to the judiciary. Key issues concerning the liability of Internet service providers for subscriber-generated content; Comparison between bulletin board services, Internet access providers and online services; Features of the Internet service.


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