Almost everyone, it sometimes seems, is "working on a Web site." The Internet, a seamless web of communication, has broken down barriers of distance and time among people. At the same time it has made increasingly porous the conventional boundaries between the tangible and the abstract. Many business entities have created their own World Wide Web pages on the Internet, in order to deliver their advertising messages instantaneously to potential customers anywhere in the world. Increasingly, lawsuits are being filed against these businesses engaged in electronic commerce.
Yvonne A. Tamayo,
Who? What? When? Where? Personal Jurisdiction and the World Wide Web,
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