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The first edition of Real Law @ Virtual Space explored the historical and ever-changing aspects of the regulation of communication in cyberspace. Much has changed in the intervening four years as legislators, service providers, consumers and courts grapple with fundamental principles and nuances of regulation, particularly as daily social, political, economic and commercial life moves increasingly into cyberspace. The second edition of this volume addresses the foundation of regulation while reporting on the most current evolving regulatory measures. The technology of communication challenges developments in applicable laws governing rights of privacy, free expression, and liability. Specifically, developments in such areas as obscenity, libel, copyright and intellectual property, linking liability, and cybercrime are considered. In addition, the volume examines existing law and explores the issues that will require legislative and judicial attention in the near future as the law develops and focuses upon communicative rights and liabilities.;The volume focuses on developments within the United States, but it also deals with the challenges to jurisdiction in transnational cyberspace.