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LWB482 Internet Law Notes

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The general starting point seems to be the definition given in American Civil Liberties Union v Reno: the internet refers to an “international network of computers joined together through a common software protocol called TCP/IP.”

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0 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET AND INFORMATION SOCIETY ................................................... 7 1.1 WHAT IS THE INTERNET ........................................................................................................................................................... 7 1.1.1 How to get connected to the Internet ........................................................................................................................ 7 1.2 WHAT IS THE WORLD WIDE WEB (WWW) ..................................................................................................................... 7 1.3 WHAT IS WEB 2.0 ............................................................................................................................................
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