How Has the Law Attempted to Tackle the Borderless Nature of the Internet?

@article{Maier2010HowHT,
  title={How Has the Law Attempted to Tackle the Borderless Nature of the Internet?},
  author={Bernhard Maier},
  journal={I. J. Law and Information Technology},
  year={2010},
  volume={18},
  pages={142-175}
}
The ubiquitous nature of the Internet and its ability to swiftly and effortlessly transcend national boundaries and sovereign territories has presented a unique challenge for regulators and those expected to obey the law. Modern legislation needs to somehow address the fact that many of the actions and effects within the lawmaker’s territory will not actually have physically taken place there. What are the connecting factors used to attribute certain acts and effects to a certain jurisdiction… CONTINUE READING

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