Learn about these issues and more by signing up for Internet Law, a 3-credit online summer course offered by Adelphi University.
The course, taught by Professor Mark Grabowski, features video lectures, interactive exercises and class discussions, all of which can be done through your computer. You never need to set foot in an actual classroom. And you can complete lessons at a time that's convenient for you.
The 8-week cyberspace law class is a survey course covering the law of and on the Internet. It will examine many of the legal, policy and ethical issues raised by the emergence and dominance of the Internet as a means for communication, commerce and social interaction. Topics will include jurisdiction, privacy, hacking and cybercrimes, intellectual property, network neutrality and government regulation of the Internet. No technical or legal background is needed. Grabowski is a lawyer with expertise on Internet law and digital ethics.
To register for the course, contact Adelphi University's Registrar Office at (516) 877-3300 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Both graduate and undergradate students, including non-Adelphi students, may enroll. Tuition costs approximately $2,500. Space is limited, so register ASAP. Class begins May 25 and ends July 19.