The Internet continues to generate new and novel ways to amuse and offend, provoke and stroke, encourage and dissent. And it’s not just websites any more – the new media come in many varieties. With these newer forms of communication come the traditional legal issues, and web-based defamation is an increasingly common issue for clients and their lawyers. Learn about how this classic cause of action manifests in Cyberspace. The new media create their own special problems, and the law has developed to address some of the novel aspects of these new channels.
Summary of Contents
- Internet Defamation: Practical Tips from the Plaintiff’s Perspective
- PowerPoint Presentation: § 230 Complications and Limitations
- Cutting Edge Issues