Virginia’s e-commerce law makes repeated spamming of the computer network
of another in Virginia a felony punishable by fine and prison. Such law can be
Criminal, substantive, and public.
Civil, substantive, and private.
Criminal, procedural, and private.
Civil, procedural, and private.
Public school math teacher Calvin Quirky holds strong religious views on
controversial topics and is not afraid to espouse those views during class.
Complaints from students ‘parents cause Principal Ralph Restraint to demand
that Quirky refrain from quot;preachingquot; in class or be fired. Quirky refuses to refrain,
s fired, and then sues for a violation of his First Amendment rights. What
provision of the First Amendment could the school use to best defend its action
to fire Quirky?
The Free Exercise Clause.
The Establishment Clause.
The Free Association Clause.
All of the above are equally good.
21. Considering free speech and the Internet, one can conclude that:
The debate over jurisdiction has featured high-profile cases where free
speech and press concerns are the real underlying issue.
U.S. law provides more protection to Internet free speech than courts in
other countries, including Australia, France, and Germany.
U.S. courts appear to favor free speech and press on the Internet more
than they do other media.
All of the above.