Cases (part 3)
- "Libel in Cyberspace: A Framework for Addressing Liability and Jurisdictional Issues in this New Frontier," Counts, C., Martin, A., Albany Law Review, 1996, vol 59.
- "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Cyber Forum: Public vs. Private in Cyberspace Speech," Goldstone, David, University of Colorado Law Review, 1998.
- "Technological Change and Doctrinal Persistence: Telecommunications Reform in Congress and the Court," Price, Monroe, Duffy, John, Columbia Law Review, May 1997.
- "Establishing Legal Accountability for Anonymous Communication in Cyberspace," Levine, Noah, Columbia Law Review, Oct 1996.
- "International Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: Which States May Regulate the Internet?," Wilske, Stephan, Schiller, Teresa, Federal Communications Law Journal, 1997.
- "Liability of UseNet Moderators for Defamation Published by Others: Flinging the Law of Defamation into Cyberspace," Taylor, Jeffrey M., Florida Law Review, 1995.
- "Defamation Liability for On-Line Services: The Sky is Not Falling," Luftman, Douglas B., George Washington Law Review, 1997.
- "The Day the Internet Met the First Amendment: Time and the Communications Decency Act," Nesson, Charles, Marglin, David, Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, Fall 1996.
- "Networking in Cyberspace: Electronic Defamation and the Potential for International Forum Shopping," McCarthy, Eric, University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Business Law, 1995.
- "Defining the Right to Engage in Anonymous Political Speech," Norton, Richard, North Carolina Law Review, Jan 1996.
- "New Wine New Bottles: Private Property Metaphors and Public Forum Speech," Failinger, Marie, St. John's Law Review Association, 1996.
- "Who is Liable for On-Line Libel?" Hermann, Richard, St. Thomas Law Review, 1996.
- Marc L. Caden & Stephanie E. Lucas, "Accidents on the Information Superhighway: On-Line Liability and Regulation," 2 RICH. J.L. & Tech 3 (1996).
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