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Discussion in 'Films, TV, Music, Books, Etc.' started by malakian, Dec 3, 2009.
Bit of a long shot but do any of you americans study law? I need some info relating to computer law.
like copyright infringement? - i didnt know law got that specific.
Why is it a long shot to ask if any Americans who post here study law? That sounds a little condescending.
or perhaps, due to his general knowledge of the users here, he's already semi-certain that there are no american law students here
^Bingo. I don't currently know what a lot of you study, and from what I do know, none of it is law. Oh, better edit this in: I just realised 'you americans' might look condescending, but I specifically need an American.
And ted, it's a big area and I'm not sure where I'm looking for what I need so someone more familiar would be handy.
Wait about 4 years and then ask me.
What kind of law do you want to practice, Longo?
I was thinking criminal, but I only know so much about it all that I don't have a certain choice.
No civil stuff though. Civil court can go fuck itself.
Well, deadline's here. Thanks anyway!
I hope you at least tried to Google it.
Yes I did. Way too broad. I don't think people would pay solicitors bills if it was that easy.
just for fun, what was the question?
^i second the motion, mala
Man, computer law.
When I grow up I'm gonna do Robot Law.
Shouldn't be too hard, there are only three that matter.
was a large essay about if the law here was outdated or not. I considered at one point the German and Singaporean models with common law level development, but i don't know how the law has developed on that level in the USA. Still, doesn't matter.
Interesting that the act governing bad behaviour with them computerz here in England is older than the first internet browser.