Internet Law

An eCasebook

Tom W. Bell
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Professor of Law
Chapman University
School of Law

Table of Contents

Ch.  Subject

01:  Course Management
02:  Introduction
03:  "Law" Online
04:  Free Speech
05:  Privacy
06:  Trespass to Chattels
07:  Intellectual Property
08:  Encryption
09:  Hacking
10:  Commerce
11:  Jurisdiction
12:  Lawyers Online
13:  Review


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Editor's Note

I prepared this casebook for the most recent of the seven courses I've taught on internet law and aim to keep it up-to-date for students and practitioners everywhere. I invite your questions or comments. Professors: If you plan to teach internet law, I welcome you to adopt this text for your course, as I offer it at no charge. I may or may not have a teacher's manual to offer you, too, depending on whether I've completed the current version.

I thank my research assistants, Amy Borden and Anthony Gerase, for their hard work in updating legal citations for the spring 2003 edition of the text. I thank Kent W. Huff, as well, for having volunteered a very useful list of broken links in the text. None of those three bear the blame, however, for my tardiness in implementing the improvements they've suggested.

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