Faculty of Business and Law

Legal Resources

Law and the Internet

General | Censorship | Criminal | E-Commerce |

Students working in a computer labGeneral

Cyberspace and Internet Law
Links to other websites, laws & government documents, Government agencies, legal journals, newsletters & articles, legal discussion groups, subject ourlines and more from LexisONE - US orientation.

Cyberspace Law Resources
AustLII special project - searchable page of relevant AustLII databases and external resources

>Cyberspace Law Resources
Various categorised resourses from FindLaw

GigaLaw.com - Legal information for Internet and Technology Professionals
Articles, discussion forums, law library, news, newsletters, bookshelf, search engine, a section for lawyers - including daily news mailing list.

ILPF - Internet Law & Policy Forum (International Org)
Publications of working groups on Jurisdiction, Electronic Authentication, Self Regulation and Contenet Liability, a what's new section, information about the ILPF and other resources

Internet Industry Association (Australia)
'Australia's national industry body for internet commerce, content and connectiviety': Includes news archive, code of practice, current issues and forthcoming events, members, taskforces, board, contact information and information about joining the IIA.

Standards for Internet Jurisdiction (US)
By Christopher Wolf

New South Wales Society for Computers and the Law
Contains information about the Society, events, journal, office bearers, membership, notice board and information about sister societies.

Roger Clarke's "What's New" Page
Includes publications by Roger Clarke on Electronic Commerce, Data Suveillance and Information Privacy, Information Infrastructure and other areas.

This site is provided by internet legal services and relates to web sites and content that discuss ethical issues and internet use.. It includes articles and relevant documents, brochures, links to other Ethics sites, a discussion of relevant issues, a search engine for legal ethics sites and a link to the WebEthics discussion forum. The site is updated regularly


Campaign Against Australian Internet Censorship Legislation
Contains information and resources (includes legislation, analysis and commentary, information on how to take action, press releases and announcements, other resources, technology sites, other sites, discussion and humour), information on the protest rallies of May 1999 and a list of organises and businesses supporting the campaign.


US site by the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) fo the Criminal Division of the US Department of Justice. Includes general information and cybercrime legal and policy issues as well as sections (each including cases, law & statutes and various other documents and/or speeches). THis also includes a search engine and an option to receive news of updates to the sites.


Mexican Trademark and Copyright Law as it Applies to E-Commerce
By Jose-Juan Mendex - article at LLRX.com, 19 March 2001.

Ten Key Legal Concerns in E-Commerce Ventures and Contracts
Article by Dennis M. Kennedy at LLRX.com (1 December 2000).

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7th June 2013