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Website owner's liability for information

International marketing:
1. Discuss the issues of a Web site owner being liable for information posted on the site
2. "Too much emphasis is usually laid - by Chinese policy makers as well as by foreign business-people - on China's strength as an export machine.
China is so big that its economic potential might more usefully be compared with continental America's."
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Discuss the issues of a Web site owner being liable for information posted on the site.

There are many legal and ethical issues that a website owner faces with respect to the content posted on his website. First of all, it is illegal for the website owner to use copyrighted content without prior consent on his website. All the information provided on the website should be original and not stolen from somewhere or copied from somewhere without prior consent or approval.

Further, the information provided on the website should be correct and should not be false or misleading. It is not ...

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1. Discuss the issues of a Web site owner being liable for information posted on the site
2. "Too much emphasis is usually laid - by Chinese policy makers as well as by foreign business-people - on China's strength as an export machine.

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