Who Rules the Net? Internet Governance and Jurisdiction

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Index
Aaron, David, 327
ABA. See American Bar Association (ABA)
Abdullah v. Sheridan Square Press,253
access
conditioned, 42–44, 186–187, 318–319
government denial of, 4–5
and identity theft, 324–326
IP address screening for, 133–136, 161, 318, 431n, 443n–444n
Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Bill (Zimbabwe), 246
active Web sites, 93. See also passivevs.-active test discouragement of, 103
Address Supporting Organization (ASO), 462n
adhesion contracts, 188, 190–191
adjudicate, jurisdiction to, 257–258
adjudicator, link between choice of law, forum and, 189
advertising
and privacy issues, 304–305
standards, 154
Web site, targeting of, 163
AEI-Brookings Joint Center on Regulation, 320
Aiginger, Karl, 367
Aimster, 163
Airbus, 366
Akamai, 114
Alabama, 147, 290, 319
Alaska, 40
Alcoa decision, 364–365, 373
ALI. See American Law Institute (ALI)
AllAdvantage.com, 326
Allstate Insurance Co v. Hague,182
alternate root community, 351–352, 359, 362, 463n
Amazon.com, 161, 280, 284, 285
American Arbitration Association, 394n
American Bar Association (ABA)
Committee on Cyberspace Law, 183–184, 193
Global Cyberspace Jurisdiction Project, 106–107
American Civil Liberties Union, 264
American Enterprise Institute, xxxi,271
American Express, 165–166
American Information Corp. v. American Infometrics,106
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, 422n
American Law Institute (ALI), 185, 188, 240
“International Jurisdiction and Recognition of Judgments,” 254–255
Restatement (Second) of Conflict of Laws, 181, 187–188, 196, 383n
American Liberties Ass'n v. Pataki, 112–113
American Library Association, 264
America Online (AOL), xxii,16, 22, 111, 149, 178, 407n, 431n
A&M Records v. Napster,163
anonymizer systems, 134, 326
anonymous remailers, 135, 387n
Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, 16, 24
antitrust law, xxxii,292, 345–346, 363–375
economic theory behind, 367–368, 369–372
extraterritorial enforcement of, 364–367, 373–375
international, 364–368, 375
and Internet, 368–372
proliferation of, 365–366, 368
AOL (America Online), xxii,16, 22, 111, 149, 178, 407n, 431n
arbitration clause, 189, 190–191, 193, 209
arbitration law, 68–70, 359–360, 394n–395n
Arizona, 220
A Root, 337, 341, 353, 457n
Arts and Technology Group, xix
Asahi Metal Indus Co. v. Super. Ct.,425n

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