Internet Pop-Ups Research Paper by hicaliber

Internet Pop-Ups
An in-depth analysis of the legality, morality and social responsibility of Internet pop-up ads.
# 93457 | 3,233 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Mar 19, 2007 in Law (Property) , Law (Contract) , Computer and Technology (Internet) , Ethics (General)

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The paper examines jurisdictional, practical, constitutional and enforcement issues with regards to the phenomenon of pop-up ads on the Internet. The paper also looks at issues governing legal responsibility and issues governing damage. The paper explains that many issues revolve around rights of property, tangible and intangible, freedom of speech and expression and contract law. The paper explores if and how the law can or should be modified to cover these issues. The paper looks at ethical issues and social responsibility. The paper concludes that currently, the law is inadequate as new definitions are needed. The paper is of the opinion that consumers should boycott companies who use pop-up marketing.

Section II: Legal Issues Defined
Section III: Ethical Issues:
Section IV: Social Responsibility
Section V: Conclusions

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Portland Press Herald (Maine); 5/18/2004; EDWARD D. MURPHY Staff Writer , 5/18/2004
  • Isenberg, Doug M., Doug Isenberg's "Legal Information for Internet Professionals
  • Bowman,Lisa, AOL/Netscape hit with privacy lawsuit, ZDNet News July 6, 2000
  • Diop, Julie Claire, Australasian Business Intelligence; 10/15/2002 ,Oct 14, 2002 (The West Australian - ABIX via COMTEX)
  • The Motley Fool; 1/6/2004; Rex Moore

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APA Format

Internet Pop-Ups (2007, March 19) Retrieved July 02, 2022, from

MLA Format

"Internet Pop-Ups" 19 March 2007. Web. 02 July. 2022. <>