Prescriptive Jurisdiction over Internet Activity: The Need to Define and Establish the Boundaries of Cyberliberty

Miller, Samuel F.
July 2003
Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies;Summer2003, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p227
Academic Journal
Recommends a definition of cyberliberty in order to provide a legal foundation for regulating conduct on the Internet. Description of how traditional international law principles of prescriptive jurisdiction have been applied to activities on the Internet; Implications of liberty on the Internet; Definition of cyberliberty recommended that favors expansive liberty and clear expectations for Internet actors.


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