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Cyberspace Law: Cases and Materials

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Edition: 3rd ed., 2010
Author(s): Ku, Lipton


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Cyberspace Law: Cases and Materials continues to offer students a comprehensive and coherent approach to the study of cyberspace law. This successful casebook provides a balanced presentation of competing approaches and theories for the issues that surround this cutting-edge area of the law.

practical, classroom-tested real world problems that help students apply existing rules to cyberspace law
materials that are organized around the competing approaches and theories for any given issue, rather than around current leading cases
current Internet law as well as related policy concerns that will drive future legal analysis when new issues emerge
excellent case selection that provides a sophisticated analysis of cutting-edge legal issues.

It has been carefully edited to trim older materials on patent, jurisdiction, and intellectual property law, include:

Recent scholarship, including work by David Post, Dawn Nunziato, Daniel Spulber, and Christopher Yoo, as well as the authors’ own work focusing on digital copyright and trademark issues and free speech issues.

The most recent cases:
particularly in the speech and property areas, including cases developing secondary liability theory in digital copyright law (Google v. Perfect 10, Perfect 10 v. Visa), as well as trademark liability in the keyword advertising context (Playboy v. Netscape appeal, Rescuecom v. Google )
on free speech and violent video games (the Video Software Dealers’ Association case in California
on the potential limitations of Section 230 of the communications decency act (roommates.com case)
on patenting cyberspace (Bilski)
A focus on Web 2.0 technologies and the impact of more participatory and interactive technologies such as blogs, wikis, and social networking sites
New section in Chapter 6 on “peer to peer” privacy issues , such as privacy issues concerning blogs and online social networks


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Format Hardcover
Author Ku, Lipton
ISBN 9780735589339
Edition 3rd ed., 2010
Publisher Aspen Publishing