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9 edition of The Nonprofits" Guide to Internet Communications Law found in the catalog.

The Nonprofits" Guide to Internet Communications Law

by Bruce R. Hopkins

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Published by Wiley .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages332
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7613606M
ISBN 10047122278X
ISBN 109780471222781

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Hopkins, Sheree Parris Nudd. The Nonprofits’ Guide to Internet Communications Law delivers thorough coverage of the need-to-know information that will dictate how nonprofits establish and use online resources. Nonprofit law expert Bruce Hopkins explains that Internet communication presents lawyers with a unique situation–there is almost no specific, existing law on which to base a cturer: Wiley.

Invaluable guidance on the most important legal issues facing nonprofits today Internet communication is the lifeblood of countless nonprofit organizations, yet there exists no specific law to provide for its regulation.

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