The Law Catches Up With Websters

The Law Catches Up With Websters
technology

At PSFK, we're never too sure whether legal attempts will ever control web users use and 'mis-use' of the web but it's interesting to spot a couple of examples of the law catching up with the activities of folk on the web.

Guy Brighton
  • 5 june 2007

At PSFK, we’re never too sure whether legal attempts will ever control web users use and ‘mis-use’ of the web but it’s interesting to spot a couple of examples of the law catching up with the activities of folk on the web. USA Today reports on the arrest of a man who put 24 up on the web:

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