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This wiki is an encyclopedia of the legal issues, cases, statutes, events, policies, people, organizations and publications that make up the global fields of information law, information technology law (often referred to as "computer law," "cyberlaw" or "Internet law") and telecommunications law. The wiki focuses on the laws, regulations and policy issues that impact the information, IT and telecommunications industries and those government entities, industries, organizations and people that control or use information, IT and telecommunications. It also contains an authoritative set of definitions for those legal, technical, economic, political and policy terms used in the wiki.
NOTE: The materials contained in the IT Law Wiki are provided for informational, educational and research purposes only and are not to be construed as legal advice.
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SOME SIMPLE GROUND RULES
1. This wiki is intended for use by legal professionals. Please conduct yourself accordingly. Articles should be factual, and should not contain personal opinions or promote a particular legal doctrine or political position. Such materials will be removed immediately and the poster will be blocked from making future posts.
2. All entries need to be in English. While IT Law is a global phenomenon, we believe that using English will allow this wiki to be used by the largest number of people worldwide.
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Where to start
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