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Bar Journal - Issue Date: December 2000
Internet Law
Volume 41, Number 4

Articles Page #
Taxation of New Hampshire Businesses Involved in eCommerce6
Electronic Signatures Coming of Age14
Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act v. Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy20
Online Privacy: Federal Legislation and the Role of the FTC24
Online Privacy Statements30
Business Method Patents and Their Impact on e-Commerce34
Charitable Solicitations on the Internet44
Personal Jurisdiction and the Internet48
How Consumer Reaction to Disruptive Technologies May Cause Governmental Change58
The Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act at a Glance64
Security Interests in Intellectual Property: The Palpable Presence of E-Commerce Business in the Granite State70
Lex Loci: A Survey of Recent NH Supreme Court Decisions80

Supreme Court Rule 42(9) requires all NH admitted attorneys to notify the Bar Association of any address change, home or office.

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