Definitions

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  • n. Law as it relates to the Internet, covering such issues as intellectual property and the blurring of international boundaries.

Etymologies

cyber- +‎ law (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Based on this, he's applied for a trademark on the use of the term "cyberlaw" in connection with the practice of, um, cyberlaw.

    Boing Boing

  • In law, you see it living on with course listing in "cyberlaw" which I've taught and the doctrine of cyberproperty/cybertrespass.

    Against Cyberproperty

  • Meanwhile, there is apparently a lawyer in the US who is trying to trademark the term "cyberlaw".

    Lying robots and silly trademarks

  • Rebecca sez, "One lawyer is threatening another over the use of the term" cyberlaw, "which he says he's trademarked.

    Boing Boing

  • Marvin Ammori is a law professor at the University of Nebraska, where he teaches domestic and international telecom law and cyberlaw.

    Marvin Ammori: Obama's Unsung Tech Hero: Hillary Clinton

  • Our initial sections will cover administrative law, constitutional law, corporate law, criminal law, cyberlaw, intellectual property law, the legal profession, and tax law — and we intend to add new sections when there is interest in doing so.

    Discourse.net: Jotwell: The Journal of Things We Like (Lots)

  • Apar Gupta , a New Delhi attorney and cyberlaw expert who submitted a complaint about the draft rules, said the government made only "cursory changes" based on input from outside parties.

    Net Giant Prods India on Rules

  • Supreme Court, Judge Sonia Sotomayor would become the first justice to join the court with a history of precedent-setting rulings on cyberlaw issues, legal experts say.

    p2pnet World Headlines – May 27, 2009

  • If elevated, Sotomayor will become the first justice to join the court, “with a history of precedent-setting rulings on cyberlaw issues,” says Wired, going on in 2002, she, “wrote a decision (. pdf) nullifying Netscape ` s online click-wrap agreement, which demanded binding arbitration of disputes between Netscape and its customers”.

    Sotomayor — for, or against?

  • Harvard Law professor Larry Lessig (the trail-blazing cyberlaw champion) recommended it in the New York Times this week; Susan Crawford (a law professor who served as a top White House advisor) recommended it in an op-ed in Salon/GigaOm yesterday; Brad Burnham, the venture capitalist who was featured earlier this week in the NYT's Room for Debate, also posted an endorsing review on his blog.

    Marvin Ammori: Net Neutrality: The Essential Book

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