"The Internet law issues we at EarthLink continually face -- the issues discussed in-depth in The GigaLaw Guide to Internet Law -- are the same issues that every businessperson, every entrepreneur and every Internet user should know about."
EarthLink Vice President for Law and Public Policy
(From the Book's Foreword)
Published by Random House, The GigaLaw Guide to Internet Law is a unique, comprehensive, user-friendly guide to the legal issues relevant to conducting business online.
This book provides a clear, handily organized primer, an indispensable legal resource for anyone who works online, including high-tech and e-commerce companies, "old economy" businesses with websites, Internet developers, software programmers, graphic artists and individuals with websites. Clearly written and without any confusing legalese, the book is useful to both lawyers and non-lawyers alike.
The GigaLaw Guide to Internet Law covers nearly every aspect of Internet law in 35 chapters. Plus, it includes hundreds of hyperlinks to websites for further reading of important cases, codes, news articles and more.
Even before its publication, the book has received widespread praise from lawyers, academics and businesspeople, who have called it "beautifully written," "a great learning tool," "enlightening," "straightforward," "comprehensive," "a treasure trove of information," "indispensable," "thorough" and "extremely readable."More information about The GigaLaw Guide to Internet Law: