Post Tagged with: "Internet Law"

The Battle over Canadian Internet Pharmacies

Professor Geist’s weekly Toronto Star Law Bytes column (Toronto Star version, HTML backup article, homepage version) assesses the current battle over Internet pharmacies. The column argues that the Canadian and U.S. governments, supported by PhARMA, have relied on a series of demonstrably false premises to stir fear among the Canadian […]

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February 7, 2005 Comments are Disabled Columns

Web Quandary For Regulators

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The issue of Internet regulation has long been tied to the question of Internet service-provider liability. As the gateways to the Internet, ISPs were quickly identified as a potential "choke point" in the system that could effectively be used to regulate Internet activity.

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August 25, 2003 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive

The Tortoise, the Hare, and the Internet

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When governments began to stake out their Internet policy positions in the mid-1990s, there was general agreement among countries such as Canada, the United States, Australia, as well as the European Union, on the wisdom of adopting a self-regulatory approach led by the private sector.

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July 28, 2003 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive


Expert Spam Workshop, Internet Law and Policy Forum, Ottawa, ON

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June 12, 2003 Comments are Disabled Conferences

Courts Poised to Decide Internet Borders

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If the first two weeks of 2003 are any indication, this is likely to be the busiest year yet in the law and technology field.

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January 13, 2003 Comments are Disabled Columns Archive