E-255 – Internet Law
This course explores the legal issues arising out of the Internet’s growth as a personal, commercial and public tool. The course will focus on how traditional doctrines are applied to the novel context of the Internet. Areas covered include jurisdiction, free speech, trademark, copyright, privacy, contract, and hacking. A technical background is not required. Satisfies upper level writing requirement.
Room - 607
Schedule - T, Th – 6:15pm-9:30pm
Instructor - Boone
Grimmelmann, Internet Law: Cases and Problems (ver. 1.0, 2011), (Semaphore Press), N/A, Price: $30.00
This required text is available for download ONLY at www.semaphorepress.com. Semaphore Press uses a publishing model different from the traditional law school casebook publishers. I encourage you to read about Semaphore Press’s publishing approach on its website. This book has a suggested price of $30.00. I urge you to pay the suggested retail price in order to keep high-quality legal educational material available at reasonable prices.
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In Grimmelman casebook, pages 7-10, 13-16, 30-38, 209-232.