LAWS310 Discussions Week 7

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LAWS310 Discussions Week 7
What is the E-sign Act and how does it recognize electronic contracts…

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LAWS310 Discussions Week 7

LAWS310 Discussions Week 7

Discussions Week 7 All Students Posts – 90 Pages

Internet Issues – 45 Pages

The Internet has made the world smaller and enlarged our access to information. However, for every positive benefit of the Internet, there is a negative aspect. We have a loss of privacy, our financial profile can be compromised, and we cannot trust all information we access on the Internet. Do we operate as though the Internet has a foundation of trust? You should cite to examples and resources to support your opinion.

What is the E-sign Act and how does it recognize electronic contracts as equivalent to written contracts?

Do you think it is fair that if someone isn’t aware of all the rules… that deal with technology.. that they are held responsible… or should the contract have more due diligence in having folks understand the terms and provisions?  How about jurisdiction for ecommerce…How do parties who negotiate via the Internet address jurisdiction for a lawsuit?

Now with so much in cyberspace.. is copyright infringement a larger problem to deal with?  If so.. how do you manage such an expansive animal?…

Deception on the Internet – 45 Pages

Every day we read stories of people who engage in deception on the Internet, whether it is creating dating profiles that bear no likeness to what they really look like, or students who find information and pass it off as their own work. Should there be ethical standards for behavior on the Internet? What would you propose and how could those standards be enforced? Should people be able to say or do whatever they choose in an online environment? Are there circumstances in which information on the Internet should be censored? How do the United States and China differ in how each country allows its citizens’ access to information on the Internet?

What can be done to hold a person accountable for things that may be said online?  How about the comfort some have online? Should people be able to say or do whatever they choose in an online environment? Are there circumstances in which information on the Internet should be censored?

The Internet causes a great deal of potential for fraud….can you explain how parties who have not met face-to-face can minimize the possibility that there will not be fraudulent misrepresentations?

Is there any way to circumvent the web contract?  Can you claim anything different than a remedy from a written contract than a web one?…