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Apple Wins the Patent Infringement Lawsuit against Google/Motorola in Germany
Martha L. Arias, Attorney at Law; IBLS Editor
Apple sued Google/Motorola in Germany for patent infringement, and last week a court in Munich held Google/Motorola liable for patent infringement. Damages are ...
There Should Be Limitations to Children's Right to Freedom of Speech on the Internet?
Martha L. Arias, Attorney at Law; IBLS Editor
Sometimes one wonders how inventions such as the Internet can coexist without limitations with traditional Constitutional principles when applied to our children. The Constitutional ...
Covenants Not to Compete in Internet Services Must be Clearly Specified
Martha L. Arias, Attorney at Law; IBLS Editor
A Kansas employer seeking to prohibit an employee from working for a competitor must specifically state the terms of the covenant not to compete ...
Is it Possible to Establish a Bona-Fide Doctor-Patient Relationship Through the Use of an Online Pharmacy?
Martha L. Arias, Attorney at Law; IBLS Editor
The United States Controlled Substances Act (CSA) makes unlawful to distribute, dispense, or possess any controlled substance, except when done in a manner authorized ...
Google has asked for the permission to include Serbia in Google Street Views
IBLS staff
Google has filed an official request in connection with the terms of the project Street View in Serbia. ...
PROTECTING COMMUNITY IPRS ( Part 2)
Roshni Chadda & Neha Jain
The term 'geographical indication' (GI) is a relatively new The term 'geographical indication' ...
The internet, useless data and networking
Infolaw.co.uk
The internet, useless data and networking As an accountant who has spent almost his whole career building businesses ...
UCL and Arup report reveals that UK city authorities spend £23 million a year each on IT
http://news.europawire.eu
A new report by UCL and Arup reveals that UK city authorities spend an average of £23 million a year each on IT, which ...
The paperless office: dream or reality? 5 practical tips to make it happen

paperless office ...
Information technology (IT) programs that allow data sharing among public offices
Martha L. Arias, LL.B., J.D., LL.M.
The U.S. Institute for Telecommunication Science (ITS) in its 2005 Technical Progress Report released in January 2006 informed about their IT program that would ...
Federal Communications Commission Releases Data on High-Speed Services for Interent Access
Federal Communications Commission, News Contact: Mark Wigfield, mark.wigfield@fcc.gov
United States (U.S.) is one of the leading users of high-speed internet connections. Indeed, this service increased 26% in the first half of ...
Internet in France
Embassy of France in the United States
Since its creation thirty years ago, the use of the Internet in France has gradually and rapidly increased. During the Nineties, the Internet, primarly ...
Korea IT Labor Market
Management of Global Information Technology American University
The workers in the IT industry accounted for 3.3% of the total workers. The number of IT workers grew annually 6.1% from 1998 to ...
IP Telephony, the Internet, and Brazil
H.E. Ambassador Oscar Lorenzo Fernandez, Secretary for Industrial Technology, Ministry of Development, Industry and Commerce, Brazil
IP Telephony raises a series of important regulatory, economic and practical questions of concern to all involved. The handling of these questions will have ...
Unemployment Benefits v. Employees’ Discharge for Excessive Use of the Internet
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Editor
Most state statutes contain provisions that deny unemployment benefits to employees discharged for misconduct. Whether an employee engaged in conduct that disqualifies him/her from ...
'The Internet Ownership'
Naseem Javed, Founder of ABC Namebank
The Internet is no longer just a screen, mouse and keyboard, it's a living organism attached to the hearts and minds of billions while ...
Internet Addiction, a Worldwide Crisis
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director.
In 1998, a CNN online article reported this, “one 31-year-old man was online more than 100 hours a week, ignoring family and friends and ...
Windows Life Writer: New Blogging Software for a Growing Market
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director.
Microsoft identifies blogging as the latest interactive way to obtain and share communication on the Internet. To make the blogging experience more instructive ...
CCTLD of Venezuela (.COM.VE): more WIPO Arbitration on the Run
Leopoldo Brandt Graterol, Partner at ARAQUE REYNA SOSA VISO & PITTIER Venezuela, www.araquereyna.com
Sources of the local Network Information Center of Venezuela (NIC.VE), have recently informed of the large and unexpected increase of .VE domain name registration, ...
NICTER: Japan’s New Program for a Safer and Secure Internet Environment
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director.
Network Incident Analysis Center for Tactical Emergency Response (NICTER) is Japan’s project seeking a safer and secure internet environment. NICTER’s main goal is ...
CivilL & Common Law Shake Hands on the Internet or the Dissapearance of the Comparative Law Discipline?
Leopoldo Brandt Graterol, Partner at ARAQUE REYNA SOSA VISO & PITTIER Venezuela, www.araquereyna.com
With the advent of the Internet, the endless discussion about the different origins, philosophies and structures between Civil and Common Law Systems (Codes vs. ...
Venezuelan recently enacted law: the Innovation, Technology & Science Act
Leopoldo Brandt Graterol, Partner at ARAQUE REYNA SOSA VISO & PITTIER Venezuela, www.araquereyna.com
The Innovation, Technology & Science Act (Ley Orgánica de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación) (LOCTI), and its Regulation on Contributions (RLOCTIA) were recently enacted and ...
Venezuelan recently enacted law: the Innovation, Technology & Science Act
IBLS Contributor: Leopoldo Brandt Graterol, Araque Reyna Sosa Visa & Pittier, Venezuela, www.araquereyna.com
The Innovation, Technology & Science Act (Ley Orgánica de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación) (LOCTI), and its Regulation on Contributions (RLOCTIA) were recently enacted and ...
Radio: Google’s Next Endeavor
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director.
Google’s management is pouring resources to enter the radio advertisement market in United States (U.S.). Google is aiming at over 700 radio stations in ...
FCC Ruling Affirms Tenants' Rights for WIFI Use
IBLS Contributor: Frederick Joyce, Venable LLP, US, rjoyce@venable.com
The Federal Communications Commission recently released an order in response to a petition for declaratory ruling filed by Continental Airlines that may be of ...
U.S. Government Launches New Business.gov Website to Help Businesses Meet Federal Compliance
Alexander McSpadden, IBLS Editor -- North America
The U.S. Small Business Administration in partnership with twenty-one other federal agencies has recently launched a one-stop resource to provide business with all the ...
Japanese Use of Information Technology and Internet
Martha L. Arias, LL.B., J.D., LL.M.
Some of the important data offered by this survey shows that 79.48 millions of Japanese use Internet and the Internet penetration rate in Japan ...
Saudi Arabia invests billions to improve ICTs
Editor, Maricelle Ruiz, IBLS Director -- Middle East
The Government of Saudi Arabia is investing about 3 billion Saudi Arabia Riyals (more than $800 million) in the first phase of the implementation ...
UN World Summit on Information Society and May 17th -The World’s Information Society Day
Martha L. Arias, LL.B., J.D., LL.M.
According to the UN official report of this event, the “Summit’s aim was to build an open, inclusive, people-centered, knowledge-based information society that will ...
Antigua and Barbuda will have undersea fiber optic cable by the end of 2006
Martha L. Arias, LL.B., J.D., LL.M.
According to the Minister of Information, Broadcasting and Telecommunications, Dr. Edmond Mansoor. Dr. Mansoor informed that Southern Caribbean Fiber, a company owned ...
A task force fosters the growth of the EU’s ICT industry
Editor, Maricelle Ruiz, IBLS Director -- Europe
The ICT Task Force of the European Commission recently began operations and is expected to deliver a report on its findings by the end ...
More Countries are Joining the WTO Information Technology Agreement
Martha L. Arias, LL.B., J.D., LL.M.
The World Trade Organization drafted and negotiated the Information Technology Agreement (ITA) in 1996 to promote the world trade in ‘information technology products.’ Participants ...
Internet & Statistics
Martha L. Arias, LL.B., J.D., LL.M.
According to comScore Media Metrix, a division of comScore Networks, Inc., the top 25 internet domain/websites are: Yahoo sites; MSN-Microsoft sites; Time Warner Network; ...
New Regulations for Promoted Software Activities in Argentina
Federico Brandt- Attorney Argentina
The government of Argentina enacted Decree 1,594 that sets a regulatory framework to the also newly enacted Law 25,922. Law 25,922 aims to ...
Scope of Public Domain Information Through the Internet
IBLS Editorial Staff
Public domain information” is information that is lawfully available for public use, free of charge, and is not protected by copyright or patent laws ...
The Internet May Go Interplanetary and Undersea
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director.
While some of us may still be struggling with those high tech toys’ functions, scientists have long been studying ways to apply the internet ...
A U.S. Secret Federal Judge Panel to Approve Wiretaps on Suspicious Communications
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director.
On January 17th, the Bush Administration agreed that a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court located in Washington, DC, will be the judicial body authorizing wiretaps ...
The EU Takes Action to Protect its E-communications Network from Disaster Damage
Editor, Maricelle Ruiz, IBLS Director – Europe
The European Union is taking contingency measures to prevent disruptions of Internet service, such as the failures taking place in Asia after a major ...
Internet Voting?
Martha L. Arias; Immigration & Internet Law Attorney; IBLS Editor
Yes, Internet voting is being implemented in sectors of our society, and one may predict the day when even national elections will be conducted ...
New Legal & Commercial Framework for Technology Services and Products in Venezuela.
IBLS Contributor: Leopoldo Brandt Graterol, Partner at ARAQUE REYNA SOSA VISO & PITTIER Venezuela, www.araquereyna.com
A new legal and commercial framework for suppliers of products and technological service in Venezuela has arisen from the enactment of the Innovation, Science ...
Regulation of VOIP Services in the United Kingdom
IBLS Editorial Staff
The proliferation of VoIP services has impacted the UK communication market over the last five years. VoIP services deliver significant consumer benefit through reducing ...
Netizens are to Play Safe with .sg
IBLS Contributor: Gladys MIRANDAH, patrick mirandah co., gladys@mirandah.com
A recent study on safe Internet surf zones conducted by the US-based security software maker McAfee, revealed that websites of ".sg” are one of ...
Prediction: Internet to Double in Next Decade to Two Billion Users
Kelly O'Connell, IBLS Editor
While most economists and online-business people will be delighted to hear that the Internet recently passed the one-billionth user mark, Governments, Web infrastructure gurus ...
New Bill Proposes Free Wireless Access Across U.S. Within Decade
Kelly O'Connell, IBLS Editor
A Bill recently introduced by two lawmakers, one a Silicon Valley Democrat in the U.S. Congress, seeks to make America one giant free wireless ...
Over a Million Viruses now Infect the Web, up 500%
IBLS Editor
According to premier IT security providers Symantec, the number of computer viruses in circulation has passed well-beyond one million for the first time, and ...
Do Internet Licenses Constitute a 'Possession' under Art. 1 of the EU Convention on Human Rights?
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
Yes, according to a recent decision by the European Court on Human Rights, Internet licenses constitute 'a possession' under the meaning of article 1 ...
Does IMBRA Exclusively Regulate Online Dating Sites and Protect Online-Dating U.S. Citizen Brides?
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
The International Marriage Broker Regulation Act of 2005 (IMBRA) does not 'exclusively' regulate online dating sites (or online marriage brokers) and it is not ...
Do Business Insurance Cover Electronic Data Loss Caused by Defective Software?
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
The software industry is booming worldwide. China's software industry, one of the fastest growing markets, generated US$80.8 billion (580 billion Yuan) in revenue ...
Workers Compensation for Work-at-Home- Employees
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
Futurist articles predict that outsourcing and technology will be employers' two most dependable essentials. Increasing number of employers is employing the services of "work-at-home ...
How Tax Authorities Audit E-businesses?
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director.
Let's talk e-commerce numbers. According to the United States Census Bureau ("USCB”), e-commerce sales in the U.S. for the year 2006 were estimated ...
California Act Banning Violent Video Games for Minors is Struck Down
IBLS Editorial Department
On February 20, 2009, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit struck down as unconstitutional a California law that that banned the ...
Bermuda ranked 15th on “e-Readiness”
IBLS Contributor: Bermuda Department of Communication and Information, Magnus Henagulph, rmhenagulph@gov.bm
Bermuda ranks 15th overall in a global 2007 “e-readiness” survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, up five places from 20th last year. The ...
Is Excessive Use of the Internet at the Workplace Employment Misconduct?
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
Excessive use of the Internet at the workplace may constitute employment misconduct depending on how the employer’s policy is written. Most employers currently include ...
Internet Censorship During a Time of War: Soldiers Denied Access to the Internet
IBLS Editorial Staff
Currently we are in a war fighting against the violation of human rights. We are fighting for democracy and freedom of all mankind. In ...
Court-Ordered Parenting Programs: State Courses v. Out-of-State Online Courses
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director
United States (U.S.) family courts are increasingly ordering parents facing divorce with minor children to attend parenting programs. These programs are designed to help ...
Internet Services & Abuse of Dominant Position and Predatory Pricing in the European Union
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
It started long time ago when the liberalization of the economy movement, gradually adopted by most countries, brought private investment to the telecommunication sector. ...
Governor Palin’s Unauthorized Email Access and Applicable Law.
Kelly O'Connell, IBLS Editor
On September 17, 2008, an email account used by US vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin was breached by a hacker. The contents of her ...
In Pennsylvania, Computer-Generated Animation is Admitted as Demonstrative Evidence
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
Technology has reached court rooms in the United States. In addition to courts' use of iPods to conveniently condensed records to be examined ...
EU Adopts ICC Tool to Streamline Data Transfers
IBLS Contributor: International Chamber of Commerce, www.iccwbo.org
ICC's initiative to help businesses demonstrate their compliance and standardize the process for transferring data internationally from any EU country is now the foundation ...
Is the Pen Register and Trap and Trace Devices Act Applicable to the Internet?
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director
The United States enacted the Pen Register and Trap and Trace Devices Act (the Pen/Trap Act), in 1989. The Pen/Trap Act prohibits the ...
Computers at the International Space Station are almost back to Normal
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director.
“The Russian computers aboard the International Space Station are back in near normal, stable operation. Two of three channels of each computer are operating. ...
Mixed Transactions under the Uniformed Computer Information Transaction Act
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director
The Uniformed Computer Information Transaction Act (UCITA) is a proposed law whose goal is to provide uniformity to information technology transactions just as the ...
Immunity for Users or Providers of Interactive Computer Services
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director
The United States (U.S.) Communications Decency Act (CDA) is one of the most significant Internet laws in the U.S, codified at 47 U.S.C.A. § ...
Blogs & Companies’ Criticism: Where Settlement Agreements should be Published?
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
At its inception, blogs were forums used by individuals to vent personal statements about issues or people; thus far, its evolution is showing an ...
New Fed Law Mandates Internet 911 Emergency Calls Service
Kelly O'Connell, IBLS Editor
President Bush has signed into law a Bill stipulating that phone calls made over the Internet (called Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP service) ...
Ten New Global Trends 2010
Naseem Javed, www.abcnamebank.com, Toronto - New York
Every business process will go through intense compression and digitalization so when it comes out on the other side of the tunnel, it will ...
Choosing the Mobile PC That’s Right for You
Microsoft Company, www.microsoft.com
Thinking of buying a new mobile PC, but you're not sure how to choose the best one for you? This article provides some information ...
Eavesdropping Your Spouse's E-mails?
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
We may not need scientific data to prove that with the increasing use of the Internet, men and women have eavesdropped, or considered eavesdropping, ...
Report: e-Bulgaria
State Agency for Information Tecnology and Communications
E-Bulgaria 2006 Resume å-Bulgaria 2006 is the fourth annual report, offering a comprehensive analysis of the information society development in the country. The analysis ...
Denmark Excels in the World of IT
By the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark
Denmark wins a prestigious eEurope award and tops the list of the 53 most IT savvy countries in the world Denmark won its ...
Rural Indian Internet Exploding, E-Commerce Implications Stunning
Kelly O'Connell, IBLS Editor
Proving the essential power of the Internet to bring a democracy of information and economic opportunities to previously insulated groups, a recent study named ...
Google Media Juggernaut Unveils Mobile Internet
Kelly O'Connell, IBLS Editor
One thing that can be said about media colossus Google is they never seem to miss an opportunity to boost their coverage or expand ...
Tax Treatment of Landline and Wireless Internet Services Provided by Cooperatives under the U.S. Tax Code §501(c)(12)
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
There are several types of organizations exempted from tax under the Internal Revenue Code ("IRC”) §501(c). For instance, cooperatives (organizations working for the ...
Detroit Hopes Online-Connected Autos Will Help Revive Lagging Sales
Kelly O'Connell, IBLS Editor
Having recently announced that they are planning to shut down their factories for two weeks in reaction to slumping automobile sales, Chrysler is now ...
Even at the Age of the Internet – the World would Have Stood by
IBLS Contributor Odia Kagan Tel Aviv, Israel, odia@okaganlaw.com
Many blame this on technology (or the lack thereof) during those times. In those days, it took time for news to travel from place ...
E-commerce Mergers & Acquisitions: Transactions of the New Era
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director
Internet retailing, technology, and online communication companies are booming e-commerce models. Thus, analysts predict it is precisely in the e-commerce field where the ...
Malaysia Cracks Down on Software Piracy
IBLS Contributor: Gladys MIRANDAH, patrick mirandah co., gladys@mirandah.com
As Malaysian government officials reinforce their aim to curb piracy, another recent incident proved their genuineness. Although the battle to combat piracy to protect ...
India Busting Barriers as New Satellite Connection Set for Remote Villages
Kelly O'Connell, IBLS Editor
Next June, India plans to send a satellite into orbit expressly to provide computer connections to remote villages, according to the Government Space Department. ...
China’s Video Websites Regulation
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
China reports the highest world's Internet population -179.7 million; first to the United States with 163.3 million, and Japan with 60 million. This significant ...
Is the So-Called Espionage Act Applicable to the Wikileaks Case? Part II
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law attorney; IBLS Editor
The district court denied Morison's reasons to dismiss the action. After an interest and extensive analysis, the court held that 18 U.S.C. § ...
GPS Tracking for Children: Is It a Violation of Children’s Privacy?
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director
Nowadays, we can use a GPS (global positioning system) to track our children's steps. A child locator or kids GPS is an advanced ...
Internet Defamation
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
Internet defamation is staggering. People and companies are increasingly using the Internet to voice their resentment against each other. It might be that ...
Do Inmates Have a Constitutional Right to Receive Internet Publications Through Mail?
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
Inmates in the United States enjoy limited constitutional rights. The First Amendment Right to free speech is one of those constitutional rights that ...
EU Law on Competition for Electronic Communication Networks and Services
IBLS Editorial Department
Communications is one of the most regulated areas by any government. Taking this fact into consideration and knowing this could hinder the expansion ...
Google Offers to Help Yahoo! Fend off Microsoft’s Unsolicited Takeover Bid
By McDailyNews
"Google Inc. Chief Executive Eric Schmidt called Yahoo Inc. CEO Jerry Yang to offer his company's help in any effort to thwart Microsoft Corp.'s ...
Internet vs. Freedom of Speech: Pakistan Blocks YouTube
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
YouTube, the most popular United States ("US”) video sharing website, was blocked by the Pakistani government for showing material considered offensive to the Islam. ...
Tunisia Cyber-parks: An Example of E-government Projects
IBLS Editorial Department
Tunisia is located in the Northern of Africa. This Mediterranean coastal country declared independence from France in 1956 and has steadily showed strong ...
Liability of Service Providers under the European Directive on Electronic Commerce
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director
Directive 2000/31/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council is the European Directive on Electronic Commerce ("the E-C Directive”). This Directive was ...
Personal Views of the European Community Officials v. Freedom of Expression
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
Public officials' comments may be subject to a different standard because their views are crucial to advance the government"s projects. Yet, this does not ...
Losing the Refugee Status when the Person Re-Avails of the Protection of the Country of Nationality
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law Attorney; IBLS Editor
The Internet became a platform where people can express their views to the rest of the world with limited restrictions. Those seeking to ...
The Single Publication Rule Applied to Internet Defamation
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director
Certain traditional torts such as defamation are gaining significance in cyberspace. Internet defamation has risen and will continue rising as the Internet penetrates our ...
VAT Levied on United States Internet Service Providers in the United Kingdom
IBLS Editorial Department
Between 1997 and 2001, the Commissioners of Customs and Excise did not subject foreign telecom suppliers supplying mixed packages in the United Kingdom to ...
Forwarding Sexual-Oriented Humorous E-Mails and Workplace Harassment
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Editor
One must admit that e-mail is the greatest way of communication at the present time; it is fast, rather inexpensive, and goes directly -well, ...
Abuse of Dominant Position in the European High-Speed Internet Access Market
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
Internet penetration has steadily increased, and most likely will continue this path, thanks to governments' endeavors to make the Internet more accessible to the ...
Webcast of Court Hearings: Is it Permissible?
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law Attorney; IBLS Editor
It is a general rule that video cameras and recording devices are not allowed in United States courts, although civil and criminal trials are ...
Fundamentals of an Internet Defamation Action in Maryland
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Editor
Social networking sites, chat rooms, and other online outlets are excellent means to communicate with the world and express our ideas and opinions. Yet, ...
Brave Kentucky Consumers Fought State Sales Tax on DSL Connections
Martha L. Arias, Immigration & Internet Law attorney; IBLS Editor
It is motivating to emphasize how Kentucky consumers fought the state charge of sales taxes on DSL connections in 2006. A telecommunication company ...
Service of Process through E-Mail: Is it Possible?
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
Civil procedure rules require that plaintiffs notify defendants of the lawsuits filed against them; this is called “service of process.” Traditionally, service of process ...
The Outsourcing Trend v. ERISA Rights
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
The Internet has definitely changed the way of doing business; from a company's day-to-day activities to national and transnational expansion of business services. Outsourcing, ...
United Kingdom 2010 NIS Report on Measures against Cybercrime
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
The European Networks and Information Security Agency (ENISA) conducted a comprehensive study on the status of network and information security (NIS) in Europe. The ...
The gTLD Metamorphosis
Naseem Javed
The cocooned GTLD has started to spread its wings, soon it will show its color and become a butterfly. The well guarded fuzzy and ...
How the European Union is Addressing the Issue of Net Neutrality?
Martha L. Arias, Attorney at Law; IBLS Editor
Net neutrality is a significant issue for both governments and Internet users. Governments are to protect the free and impartial flow of information on ...