This research guide focuses on laws that regulate information technology at the international level and in jurisdictions outside the United States. It also covers legal issues that arise in connection with the use of information technology across national boundaries. In addition to identifying resources that provide an introduction to this wide-ranging subject matter, the guide also covers five narrower, but interrelated topics:
Use the menu on the left to identify and access primary law and secondary sources for each of the narrower topics listed above.
If you need assistance with international cyberspace law research, visit the Research Help page of the Georgetown University Law Library's website. Or contact the Law Library's International and Foreign Law Department by phone (202-662-4195) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org). Georgetown Law Center students may schedule a one-on-one research consultation with a librarian.
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