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National Institute of Standards and Technology –Nits- Role in Electronic Commerce
National Institute of Standards and Technology- NIST-
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Countries that censor the Internet
IBLS Staff
There was censorship of the Internet since the very beginning of the ‘’Net” . By now, almost everyone is aware of the lack ...
ETHIMOLOGICAL DICTIONARY OF ENGLISH LEGAL TERMINOLOGY
Gaetano Paluccio
INTERVENTION enter of a third party (not originally involved ) in a law suit with the aim to support or corroborate the claims ...
Workplace Surveillance of Internet Messaging Activities
Martha L. Arias, IBLS Director
The image of an employee calling her best-twenty friends and family members from the company's telephone or day-long chatting with co-workers may not be ...
California Court Rules in Favor of Free Speech on the Internet
Kurt Opsahl, Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation
In what is a victory for free speech on the Internet, the California Supreme Court ruled recently that no provider or user of an ...
China's Internet: Let a Thousand Filters Bloom
From www.yaleglobal.yale.edu
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Iran Confirms It Has Blocked BBC's Persian Website
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Zimbabwe introduces law to monitor e-communications
Editor, Maricelle Ruiz, IBLS Director -- Africa
The Government of Zimbabwe has introduced a bill that would allow officials to intercept electronic communications to protect national security. The bill has irked ...
Employees Monitoring of Email can Involve Invasion of Privacy Claims
IBLS Editorial Staff
State law actions exist for violating privacy rights. Although each state has taken different approaches to their interpretation and development of privacy violations, there ...
Amnesty launches campaign to pressure companies to respect Internet freedom
Editor, Maricelle Ruiz, IBLS Director -- Europe
A major human rights organization based in London has launched a worldwide campaign to compel governments and technology companies to respect Internet freedom. ...
An Increasing Number of Bloggers end up in Prison
Editor, Maricelle Ruiz, IBLS Director – Europe, the Middle East and Africa
For three years, Egyptian blogger Abdelkareem Nabil Suleiman allegedly used his blog as a platform to criticize religious and authoritarian practices in his country, ...
Does Jurors’ Access to Extraneous Information on the Internet Support a Motion for a New Trial?
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
The vast information found on the Internet might have serious consequences for pending trials when the information is relevant to the jury's discussions, and ...
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 ...
Are School's Internet Usage Policies a Matter of Collective Bargaining?
Martha L. Arias, Immigration and Internet Law Attorney, Miami; IBLS Director
In the United States, schools are gradually adopting Internet usage policies for both students and faculty. Indeed, the Children's Online Protection Act (COPA), ...
Online Censorship in Thailand
IBLS Editorial Department- Staff Attorney
Thailand has a long history of government- authorized censorship. The 2007 Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand and the 1997 Constitution guarantee freedom of ...
Saudis Censor Blogger, Highlighting Lack of Online Rights
Kelly O'Connell, IBLS Editor
Lack of Internet Rights of Free Speech and Political Expression in Saudi Arabia and the Muslim world have been highlighted again by the detention ...
Constitutionality of Certain Internet-Filter Systems
Martha L. Arias; Attorney at Law; IBLS Editor
Public and private organizations and schools use Internet-filter systems to block certain websites that contain harmful and obscene materials, among others. The use ...
 
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INTERNET CENSORSHIP IN SOUTH KOREA
IBLS Editorial Board - Staff Attorney
In 2001, South Korea's Ministry of Information and Communication passed the controversial Internet Content Filtering Ordinance, which regulates the country’s Internet content. ...
INTERNET CENSORSHIP DURING A TIME OF WAR
IBLS Editorial Board - Staff Attorney
Currently we are in a war fighting against the violation of human rights. We are fighting for democracy and freedom of all mankind. In ...
New Legislation Considered To Deal With International Censorship
IBLS Editorial Board - Staff Attorney
Washington lawmakers are considering legislation that would allocate $100 million to thwart Internet censorship by authoritarian regimes. Representative Chris Cox (R-Calif.) introduced a bill ...
New York Involving Internet Censorship Is Deemed Unconstitutional Based On Interstate Commerce Issues
IBLS Editorial Board - Staff Attorney
In American Library Association v. Pataki, the court determined that a New York law should be struck down a state law criminalizing online anonymous ...
Georgia Law Involving Internet Censorship Is Deemed Unconstitutional
IBLS Editorial Board - Staff Attorney
In ACLU v. Miller, the court determined that a Georgia law struck down a state law criminalizing online anonymous speech and the use of ...