• Bit Law
Contains over 4000 pages that provides an introduction to and an in-depth analysis of the intellectual property legal issues (patents, trademarks, copyrights) which govern the Internet and the development of high technology products.
• Center for Democracy and Technology
US public interest organization working for public policies that advance civil liberties and democratic values in information technologies.
The Economics of the Internet, Information Goods, Intellectual Property and Related Issues.
• Computer Crime and Intelletual Property Section
Comprised of a staff of federal lawyers, this site covers topics such as encryption, electronic privacy laws, search and seizures of computers, e-commerce, hacker investigations, and intellectual property crimes.
• Cyberbanking and Law
Shows how electronic banking works and explains its legal framework. The technical and legal aspects are addressed in English, French and German.
• Electronic Frontier Foundation - EFF
Created to defend our rights to think, speak, and share our ideas using new technologies. EFF is the first to identify threats to our basic rights online and to advocate on behalf of free expression in the digital age.
Law blog featuring regular columnists, in-depth articles and daily news, GigaLaw provides current coverage and considered analysis of issues at the convergence of law and technology.
Formed to assume responsibility for the IP address space allocation, protocol parameter assignment, domain name system management, and root server system management functions previously performed under U.S. Government contract by IANA and other entities.
• International Center for Disability Resources on the Internet
collects and presents "best practices " in areas related to disability and accessibility issues, addressing legal issues around accessibility of information technology as laws appear that mandate that web pages be accessible to people with disabilities.
• Internet Jurisdiction from Chicago-Kent
Sponsored by Chicago-Kent College of Law and the Section of Business Law of the American Bar Association. Contains a wealth of information on jurisdictional issues raised by the Internet.
• ITech Law
Not-for-profit organization established to inform and educate lawyers about the unique legal issues arising from the evolution, production, marketing, acquisition and use of information and communications technology.
Informs website owners, web masters and developers about the significant legal issues that arise from operating a web site. Topics include domain name disputes and trademark infringement to spam laws and COPPA violations. Find related articles and links.
• Legal Ethics.Com
Offers links and references to ethics rules, regulations, and articles on integrating the Net into legal practice.
• Lex Electronica
Bilingual electronic legal journal devoted to the internet, published by the Public Law Research Center. Its articles explore privacy online, conflict resolution, encryption, e-commerce, telecommunications, and other technology topics.
• Networking and Telecommunications Research Group
Belongs to the Computer Science Center of the Federal University of Pernambuco at Recife, Brazil and was created to research advanced topics in computer network and telecommunications areas.
• Online Safety from Verizon
is designed to prepare families to integrate technology with the help of global experts, prevent safety risks by using technology to safeguard customers, and protect families by providing access to parental controls in mobile, PC and TV platforms.
• PC Pitstop
Provides free Web-based virus scanning so you can find out if anything's amiss on your PC. It checks the 200 most prevalent and dangerous viruses, and allows you to test your Internet connection.
• Spam Gourmet
Set up a shadow e-mail address to give out when sites require one. The site will forward only the exact number of messages you want to receive from a particular sender, trashing the junk mail.