OIL Casebook Topic I: Power | mrisch | July 14, 2014

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OIL Casebook Topic I: Power

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This section introduces internet law. It examines different perspectives about the regulation of internet law, as well as approaches to cross-national and state regulation

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  1. 3 Show/Hide More Against Cyberanarchy- 65 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1199 (1998) - Jack L. Goldsmith
    Original Creator: mrisch

    This article responds to the Johnson & Post article along with other cyberexceptionalist articles? Who has the better argument? Note that Post wrote a followup called “Against ‘Against Cyberanarchy.'”

  2. 4 Show/Hide More Yahoo! Inc. v. La Ligue Contre Le Racisme et L'antisemitisme
    Original Creator: mrisch

    This short case note illustrates some of the issues associated with cross-border disputes

  3. 5 Show/Hide More American Libraries Ass'n v. Pataki
    Original Creator: mrisch

    Pataki is a useful introductory case, not only because of the regulatory issues, but also because it provides a basic description of how the internet is used. While the internet is used much more broadly than at the time of Pataki, the basic description here provides a simple technical foundation for internet law.

  4. 6 Show/Hide More State v. Heckel
    Original Creator: mrisch

    Heckel rules on dormant commerce clause issues as well, but comes out differently than Pataki. Why?

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