Internet law includes the number of legal issues related communicative, transactional, and distributive aspects of networked information devices and technologies. Though it is not much popular field of law yet with expansion of internet and related crimes it is come into more focus recently. Here are provided some useful web resources related to internet Law.

  1. Net Safe Kids: This website is related to various laws and clauses involving pornography and related subjects. Here various laws related to internet crime is discussed in details including The Communications Decency Act (CDA) passed in 1996, The Child Online Protection Act (COPA) in 1998, Sexual Predator Laws and other related laws.
  2. Internet Attorney: This website provides intuitive knowledge and learning related to various issues and topics as attached with cyber laws. This website is a very radical platform for activities related to internet like privacy that is the most prominent issue. As some users indulge in frank discussions involving sensitive topics shielding their identity and goes to extent of creating their own fantasies.
  3. The Internet Society:  The Internet Society (ISOC) is a non profit organization that was established in 1992 to have a say in topic and issues related to internet standards, education and policy. It has office in Washington DC, USA, and Geneva Switzerland. The organization ensures the open development, evolution and use of the Internet for the benefit of people.
  4. CCIPS: The Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) is dedicated for implementing the US national strategies in combating computer and intellectual property crimes world over. It is a comprehensive program to deal with issues like electronic penetrations, data thefts and cyber attacks or about critical information systems.
  5. BNA Internet Law: It is a free daily e-mail summary of developments in Internet law. This service is provided by Professor Michael Geist, Canadian Research Chair in Internet and E-Commerce Law, University of Ottawa. The e-mail service also provides occasional selection from BNA publications from Electronic Commerce & Law Report.
  6. Asian Laws: Asian School of Cyber laws is an innovative and intellectual group that develops, evaluates and spread programs for strengthening knowledge and awareness about cyber laws among common masses and people.  Based at Pune, India it is a charitable trust. Its activities include organizing a national conference for knowledge sharing among cyber crime investigators and computer security professionals.
  7. BiTLaw: This site focuses and provides the most interactive information on laws and clauses on ‘Cyber Law’ which are still on making and under process by various courts around the world and legal principles related to conduct and commerce in cyberspace are yet to found about and are in state of flux. Yet, still here necessary information is provided for trademark and copyright infringement.

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