eBusiness Legal Kit For Dummies

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A plain-English guide to avoiding legal troubles in cyberspace.
U.S. Internet-related revenue will surge to $196.1 billion in the year 2000. At the same time, over 100 Internet-related laws were proposed in the last Congress! eBusiness Legal Kit For Dummies provides plain-English explanations of the pertinent legal topics that small business owners need to understand to maintain a succuessful e-business. A CD-ROM provides valuable checklists, ...
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Overview

A plain-English guide to avoiding legal troubles in cyberspace.
U.S. Internet-related revenue will surge to $196.1 billion in the year 2000. At the same time, over 100 Internet-related laws were proposed in the last Congress! eBusiness Legal Kit For Dummies provides plain-English explanations of the pertinent legal topics that small business owners need to understand to maintain a succuessful e-business. A CD-ROM provides valuable checklists, forms, sample letters, and agreements. This handy guide explores
  • Copyright law and permission issues surrounding information usage on Web sites
  • Pending legislation on taxation, privacy issues, e-mail solicitation lists, and more
  • Requirements and logistics of forming online contracts and strategic alliances--including point-and-click and Web wrap agreements
  • Domain names and trademarks--how to register and protect them
  • Licensing and distribution agreements
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764552656
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/14/2000
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 7.43 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.98 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan P. Butler is an attorney representing individuals and small businesses working in the Internet/new media and entertainment industries. She is also a legal columnist for ZDNet's small business channel.
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Table of Contents

Introduction.

PART I: Around the World in 80 Nanoseconds.

Chapter 1: Becoming an International e-Business.

Chapter 2: You're Being Sued Where?

Chapter 3: Contracts in a Digital World.

PART II: Getting Ready to Launch Your Web Site.

Chapter 4: Building Your Web Site.

Chapter 5: Finding a Launch Pad.

Chapter 6: Staking a Claim to a Domain Name.

Chapter 7: Protecting Your Name.

PART III: Sharing the Work.

Chapter 8: Strategic Alliances and Consultants.

Chapter 9: Sharing Trade Secrets and Confidential Information.

Chapter 10: Employer E-Mail and Internet Use Policies.

PART IV: Attracting People to Your Site.

Chapter 11: Letting People Know That You're Out There.

Chapter 12: To Spam or Not to Spam?

Chapter 13: Running Contests, Sweepstakes, and Lotteries.

PART V: Information and Entertainment Sites.

Chapter 14: Providing False Information.

Chapter 15: Privacy in the Information Wonderland.

Chapter 16: Clearing Rights to Use Someone Else's Work.

Chapter 17: Let Me Entertain You.

Chapter 18: Linking to Other Sites.

PART VI: Making Money from Your Site.

Chapter 19: Selling Goods and Information.

Chapter 20: Providing Warranties.

Chapter 21: Professional Services: Healing Arts, Law, and Public Accounting.

Chapter 22: Will Taxes Today Keep e-Commerce at Bay?

Chapter 23: Working with a Lawyer.

PART VII: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 24: Ten Ways to Dot the i and Cross the t.

Chapter 25: Ten Tips to Cover Your Assets.

Appendix A: Very Cool Web Sites.

Appendix B: About the CD.

Index.

End User License Agreement.

Book Registration Information.

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