|Client Confidentiality - A Lawyer's Duties with Regard to Internet E-Mail By Robert L. Jones.
Discovery and Destruction of E-mail By Donald. S. Skupsky, The Computer Law Association.
E-mail Privacy in the Workplace -- To What Extent? By Eric S. Freibrun, Esq. Employees do not have rights of privacy in e-mail communications they send and receive on their employer's system unless the employer acts in a manner giving rise to a reasonable expectation of privacy.
E-mail's Popularity Poses Workplace Privacy Problems By Steven Miller.The Federal Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 generally prohibits the interception of electronic communications, including e-mail. However, three major exceptions to the ECPA may allow the interception of employee e-mail.
Employers, Employees, E-mail and The Internet y Karen L. Casser, The Computer Law Association.
Garbage In - Emerging Media And Regulation Of Unsolicited Commercial Solicitations By Michael Carroll. The article considers self-regulation, regulation by market forces, and government regulation of unsolicited commercial solicitations.
How to Sue Spammers From Internet Attorney Timothy Walton.
Technical and Legal Approaches to Unsolicited Electronic Mail By David E. Sorkin, available at 35 U.S.F. L. Rev. 325 (2001).
The Limits of Permission Marketing PDF file. Deals primarily with e-mail marketing. From Reed Freeman of Collier, Shannon Scott and Robert Lippett of ePrize.com.
The Time Has Come for Limited Liability for Operators of True Anonymity Remailers in Cyberspace - An Examination of the Possibilities and Perils By George F. du Pont.
Toward an Ethics and Etiquette for Electronic Mail By Norman Z. Shapiro and Robert H. Anderson. The authors discuss the "etiquette" of sending and receiving electronic mail, drawing on personal observation of inappropriate or counterproductive use of these systems.
Unsolicited Bulk Email - Mechanisms for Control Article discussing technical and legal controls by Paul Hoffman, Internet Mail Consortium, and Dave Crocker, Brandenburg Consulting.
Client Confidentiality - A Lawyer's Duties with Regard to Internet E-Mail By Robert L. Jones.
Squeezing Spam Off the Net - Federal Regulation of Unsolicited Commercial E-mail From Jonathan Byrne.
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