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{{Quote|We must be acutely aware of excessive rigidity when applying the law in the Internet context; emerging technologies require a flexible approach.<ref>[[Brookfield Communications v. West Coast Entertainment]], at 1054.</ref>}}
 
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== Definition ==
 
== Definition ==
   
 
'''Internet law''' generally refers to those legal doctrines that have been impacted by the growth of the [[Internet]]. This area of law is a subset of [[information technology law]].
 
'''Internet law''' generally refers to those legal doctrines that have been impacted by the growth of the [[Internet]]. This area of law is a subset of [[information technology law]].
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== References ==
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==

Latest revision as of 04:39, 20 May 2018

We must be acutely aware of excessive rigidity when applying the law in the Internet context; emerging technologies require a flexible approach.[1]

Definition[edit | edit source]

Internet law generally refers to those legal doctrines that have been impacted by the growth of the Internet. This area of law is a subset of information technology law.

References[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

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