What is Alternative Dispute Resolution in Cyberspace? The question has two answers: Alternative Dispute Resolution in Cyberspace refers to alternative means of resolving Disputes arising out of Cyberspace. However, it also refers to the resolution of normal Disputes by Alternative Dispute Resolution in Cyberspace.
On our website, we focus on the area where both the advantages, the disadvantages and the special features of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Cyberspace are most visible: The Resolution of Disputes arising out of Cyberspace by means of Cyberspace. Therefore, even though there are a number of offline Arbitration institutions that handle Cyberspace Disputes, we will focus on those organizations that make significant use of the new possibilities of Cyberspace or focus on the difficulties created by Cyberspace disputes.
The Problems shown below therefore apply especially to disputes arising out of Cyberspace and to the Solutions Cyberspace offers.
This page was created as a research project for the Cyberspace Law couse at the University of North Carolina at Chapel in the Fall Semester of 2010. The content is for informational use only. The Information is valid as of December 2010, but we do not guarantee the accuracy of any information.
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