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Computers and the law

  • Australia Crimes Act 1914, part VIA (computer crime) and related provisions
  • Georgia Computer Systems Protection Act
  • House Rules Committee (Rules & Organization Subcommittee) May 24, 1996 - Legislating in the 21st Century Congress
  • Kentucky Administrative Regulations, title 14 (Kentucky Information Systems Commission)
  • legislation affecting the Internet (compiled by Bradley J. Hillis)
  • Massachusetts General Laws, chapter 23F (Technology Two Thousand Partnership)
  • Massachusetts General Laws, chapter 40G (Massachusetts Technology Development Corporation)
  • Procd, Inc. v. Zeidenberg (7th Cir., 1996) (shrinkwrap licenses)
  • Stratton Oakmont, Inc. v. Prodigy Services Co. (N.Y. Sup. Ct., 1995) (liability of Internet service providers)
  • computer law columns and article by Samuel Lewis
  • "Computer Viruses: Making The Time Fit The Crime" Froehlich, Pinter & Witmeyer
  • "Cyberlaw Journal" by Patricia Gima
  • "Data Protection on the Internet: Surfing the Internet -- Skating on Thin Ice?" by Chris Pounder and Freddy Kosten
  • "Defamation Liability of Computerized Bulletin Board Operators and Problems of Proof" by John R. Kahn
  • "District of Columbia Bar Computer and Telecommunications Law Section Newsletter" and related material
  • "Flashback! Employing Traditional Research Techniques on the Web" by Genie Tyburski
  • Ford Marrin Esposito Witmeyer & Gleser columns on Internet law
  • Georgia Bar Computer Law Section materials
  • "Information Technology in Complex Criminal Trials" by Graham Greenleaf and Andrew Mowbray
  • "International Journal of Law and Information Technology" abstracts
  • "Internet and the Law: Legal Fundamentals for the Internet User" by Raymond A. Kurz (summary)
  • Internet and the legal profession articles (compiled by Internet Legal Services)
  • Internet legal issues material prepared by Faegre & Benson
  • "Issues Primer in the Criminal Prosecution of United States of America vs. David LaMacchia" by H. Silvergate & D. Duncan
  • Journal of Technology Law & Policy (University of Florida College of Law)
  • "Last Writes? Re-assessing the Law Review in the Age of Cyberspace" by Bernard Hibbitts
  • "Law Lists" by Lyonette Louis-Jacques [law-related listservs and usenet groups] in English and Spanish)
  • law resources of hte Internet -- guides compiled by Clearinghouse
  • Law Society of England and Wales material on information technology
  • "Legal Automation and Internet Review" Newsletter
  • legal ethics and computers material compiled by Internet Legal Services
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  • "National and International Copyright Liability for Electronic System Operators" by Charles J. Meyer
  • NetWatchers Cyberzine (monthly cyberzine covering legal developments in cyberspace and the online community)
  • Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law
  • "Winning Techniques for: Computer and High Tech Litigation" by Clyde H. Wilson (summary)
  • Year 2000 Computer Software Conversion: Summary of Oversight Findings and Recommendations (H. Rept. 104-857) (1996)
  • "Yesterday Once More: Skeptics, Scribes & the Demise of Law Reviews" by Bernard Hibbitts
  • see also Communications law
  • see also Handicapped Individuals and the Law
  • see also Intellectual Property
  • see also Privacy and information access
  • see also Search and Seizure
  • see also U.S. Federal laws (arranged by original published source)
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  • see also Laws of other nations
  • see also Treaties and international law
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