Known by the name ‘cyberlaw,’ its central tensions flow from the essential qualities of Internet, by which I mean the characteristics that distinguish the Internet from prior or constituent technology such as computers or phones.[1]

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Cyberlaw (also spelled cyber law) is a term that encapsulates the legal issues related to use of communicative, transactional, and distributive aspects of networked information devices and technologies. It is less a distinct field of law than property or contract law, as it is a domain covering many areas of law and regulation. Some leading topics include intellectual property, privacy, freedom of expression, and jurisdiction.

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  1. Ryan Calo, Robotics and the Lessons of Cyberlaw, 103 Cal. L. Rev. (2015) (full-text).

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