Internet privacy law includes consumer internet provacy, computer and mobile phone privacy, solcial media privacy, email and communication applications privacy, and cybersecurity.
Internet law or cyberlaw as it is sometimes called refers to how legal principles and standards are applied to the internet in all its forms, protecting the public and the businesses that benefit from the vast opportunities the internet brings.
eCommerce internet laws include Personally Identifiable Information (PII) data security, shopping cart security, digital signatures, digital contracts security, ISP terms of service.
Cyberspace law can cover legal issues involving communication, distribution, and transactions over the internet through networks, systens, applications, devices and other technologies, including domain name disputes, trademark and copyright infringement, hacking and other security breaches.
What is Internet Law?
Internet law or cyberlaw as it is sometimes called refers to the legal principles and legislation that govern the many uses of the internet, protecting the public and the businesses that benefit from the vast opportunities the internet brings. Over the last 40 years the internet has evolved from a DoD communications backup mechanism in the 60s, then a communications backbone for scientific endeavors in the 80s, today’s connected social universe meets business ecosystem and tomorrow’s AI-driven world. Where other areas of law are developed and solidified through consistent facts and understandings, internet law is ever adapting to keep up with the internet’s accelerated growth and limitless potential!