I think that blogging does not raise novel legal issue that should be studied in- depth by any legal scholar. All what has been said in this article was mentioned numerously by intellectual property lawyers and internet scholars when they started to write about the legal implications associated with the use of internet and e-commence.
I was hoping to see in this article some kind of concentration into the particularity of the U.A.E civil legal system (trademark, copyright and civil laws) and to what extent judges are capable of addressing those matters in case they have been brought before them. Some of the important issues that the author did not cover include: privacy, jurisdiction, and trade secrets. There is not mention also of the proliferation of code of conducts for bloggers…
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