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

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

  1. Brookfield Communications v. West Coast Entertainment, at 1054.

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