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The Cyber Citizen's Guide Through the Legal Jungle: Internet Law for Your Professional Online Presence

3 Ratings: 5.0
A book by Joy R. Butler

If you actively use the internet to advance your business and professional endeavors, you are a cyber citizen and this book is for you. As a good cyber citizen, you want to stay legal online and protect your online interests. The Cyber Citizen s Guide … see full wiki

Author: Joy R. Butler
Publisher: Sashay Communications
3 reviews about The Cyber Citizen's Guide Through the Legal...
review by . June 25, 2010
If you have a website, write online content, download music, post to a social network, or even send emails you need to get a copy of The Cyber Citizen's Guide Through the Legal Jungle. Having an online presence is essential these days. It is not an exaggeration to say that most people couldn't get through a single day without email and access to the Internet. I know I couldn't. Ironically though, few of us really think about what is happening to those emails, those posts, or our website copy. We …
review by . May 23, 2010
If you are going to be an active participant in posting content online, you must realize that there are many virtual land mines to be avoided. Fortunately, with a bit of intelligent forethought and basic consistent diligence, it is possible to avoid them. Butler is an attorney with a specialty in the legal aspects of online content and provides a great deal of sound and understandable advice regarding the legal consequences of posting various forms of content online.    With the rapid …
review by . May 15, 2010
Joy R Butler, thank you! Here, finally, is an easy to read, informative guide as to just what the parameters of legality are in communicating via the internet. Everyone realizes that the art of writing letters (remember, the kind of communication that required stationery and pen and envelopes and stamps?) is approaching the tar pits of dinosaurs and while that is a regrettable shame for the loss of an art, reality is that communication via the spiky condensed 'words' and symbols of email has replaced …
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