The Dennen IP Law Team has been practicing Intellectual Property (IP) Law since 1998. This includes Internet Law and we stay abreast of the constant changes, often on a daily basis.
Our best advice is to call for a Free Consultation and let us know your concerns. We will advise you regarding the best path forward and let you know if and when you need legal representation.
Our Clients come first and that means assisting you to be successful.
Internet law refers to how legal principles and legislation govern the use of the internet in all its forms. Another term for internet law is cyberlaw. Unlike other areas of the law, internet law cannot be identified as one solid, stable, and specific field of practice. ... Laws governing Internet Service Providers. - Source
Internet Law, or Cyberlaw as it is sometimes called, refers to the legal issues related to the use of the Internet. It is less a distinct field of law than a conglomeration of intellectual property law, contract law, privacy laws, and many other fields, and how they pertain to the use of the Internet.
Unique Nature of Cyberlaw
If there can be laws that could govern the Internet, then such laws will require a unique structure to grapple with the international and ethereal nature of the web. Many argue the Internet is not actually "regulable" at all, while others argue that not only can it be regulated but substantial bodies of law already exist. Since the Internet is not geographically bound, national laws can not apply globally. A few international agreements exist, but some have argued that the Internet should be allowed to self-regulate as its own "nation."
Aside from blatant censorship of the Internet in nations like China, Saudi Arabia, or Iran, there are four primary modes of regulation of the internet: Laws, Architecture, Norms, and Markets.
The Dennen IP Law Team, led by Ann I. Dennen (pictured above), has the expertise to
legally protect your rights