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Sixth Edition Corrections:

Page 22 -: The sentence "The © symbol, and the word "copyright" or abbreviation "Copr.";" Should Read "The © symbol, or the word "copyright" or abbreviation "Copr.";". [This error has occured in earlier editions and shall be corrected in the seventh edition.]

Page 319 - Footnote 51 should read: Julie Moult, "Woman 'Sacked' on Facebook for Complaining About Her Boss After Forgetting She Had Added Him as A Friend," (U.K.) Daily Mail, August 14, 2009.

Fifth Edition Corrections:

Page 25 -: The line "Certain defenses to a civil copyright infringement claim are obvious, such" Should Read "Certain defenses to a civil copyright infringement claim are obvious, such as".

Page 39 -: The line "and they had posed for the it" Should Read "and they had posed for it".

Page 122 - The line "allowing the scammer to take victim to any site" Should Read "allowing the scammer to take the victim to any site".

Page 123 - The line "where soldiers have are trained" Should Read "where soldiers are trained".

Page 128 - The line "to get credit, services, or merchandise in the her name" Should Read "to get credit, services, or merchandise in her name".

Page 281 - The line "at a time when abortion illegal in Florida" Should Read "at a time when abortion was illegal in Florida".

Fourth Edition Corrections:

Page xXIV - The last line on the page was omitted; the sentence should read: "With that in mind, the reader is urged to visit the IssuesInInternetLaw.com Web site regularly to view updates in the law which have occurred since this book’s publication."

Page 51- The sentence "The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that this was a copyright infringement that violated the DMCA" should read: "A federal court ruled that this was a copyright infringement that violated the DMCA." (The associated footnote is correct).

Third Edition Corrections:

Page 31 - The sentence: "Change and Virgin's American subsidiary" should read "Chang and Virgin's American subsidiary"

Page 62 - Footnote 44 should read: "Perfect 10, Inc. v. Visa Int’l. Servs. Ass’n., 71 U.S.P.Q.2d 1914 (N.D. Cal. 2004)."

Page 71 - The sentence: "It it a convenient and cost effective way" should read "It is a convenient and cost effective way"

Page 86 - The sentence: "Uzi Nissan, an Israeli, came to America in 1976 and started several business" should read: "Uzi Nissan, an Israeli, came to America in 1976 and started several businesses"

Page 145: The sentence: "The safe harbor provisions of § 230 have shielded such websites from traditional libel or copyright infringement liability provided they remove offending posts when notified." should read: "The safe harbor provisions of § 230 have traditionally shielded such websites from defamation actions."

Pages 223-232: Footnote 6 in the text on page 223 should be renumbered as footnote 7 (California Business and Professions Code § 22575-22579). There is another footnote 6 on the previous page.

Second Edition Corrections:

Page 85: Should read: "Uninvited Guests."

Page 141-150: Beginning with footnote 24 on page 141 and continuing throught the remainder of the chapter, the footnotes are misnumbered. There is another footnote 24 on the previous page.

First Edition Corrections:

Page 6: should read: 7th Circuit — Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin

Page 51: should read: The search engine firm Google charged Booble.com, which marketed itself as an adult search engine, with trademark infringement.

Page 158: Footnote 51 should read: Securities Act of 1933, text available at U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission website, http://www.sec.gov/divisions/corpfin/33act/index1933.shmtl (accessed September 21, 2005).

Page 201: Footnote 2 should read: Special thanks to Carol Moncrief of The Web Marketing Studio, Denise Schmeichler of Netklik, and The-Website-Factory.com for sharing their web design agreements.

 

 

 

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