Week 2 Quiz 2

Topics: World Wide Web, Supreme Court of the United States, United States Constitution Pages: 6 (662 words) Published: July 28, 2013
Cyber Law Text & Cases Quiz 2
1. Cyberlaw|
       both a and c
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2. The Internet|

       is a network of computer networks.

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3. The Internet began in|
       1969.

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4. The history of the Internet shows that(Points : 1) |

       user policy expressly prohibited commercial applications.
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5. The World Wide Web was developed in: 1) |

       1991.

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6. The World Wide Web began at|

       CERN.

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7. The World Wide Web was developed and named by|

       Tim Berners-Lee.
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8. Sprint and Earthlink are examples of|

       ISPs.

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9. The domain name system (DNS) was devised|

       as an easier way to access sites on the Internet.

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10. The domain name system was devised in|
      
       1984.

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11. HTML stands for|

       hypertext markup language.
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12. HTML was developed as a|
       standard document format.

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13. URL stands for|

       uniform resource locator

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14. A URL is simply|
       the name of a file stored on a Web server.

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15. A basic tenet at the founding of the Internet was|

       open exchange of information.

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16. On the Internet, cookies|

  
       none of the above
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17. A cache is a|
       temporary storage space on the user’s hard drive.
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18. Internet access is limited by filters which use several methods to screen out unwanted material. Some of these methods include|       
       both a and b
      
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19. In a public key system,|

       the private key is not released and the public key is distributed to anyone with a need for it.       |
20. Spoofing is|

       sites that appear similar to other sites.
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21. A Web presence has potential liability exposure|

       anywhere it can be accessed.

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22. A U.S. court ruled Yahoo’s sale of Nazi memorabilia|

       is protected by the First Amendment.
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23. Jurisdiction is|

       authority of a court to hear a case.

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24. In a diversity of jurisdiction case, the amount in controversy must exceed|

       $75,000.

      
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25. Subject matter jurisdiction means|
       the case must be entered in the proper court based on the nature of the claim.       
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26. Where lack of personal jurisdiction is raised as a defense in an e-commerce lawsuit, the plaintiff must satisfy|

       both a and b
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27. Long-arm statutes establish what type of jurisdiction over nonresident defendants?|        personal jurisdiction
      
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28. The due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment applies to|

       state governments.

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29. Due process as it relates to personal jurisdiction is based on|        a threshold amount in controversy of $75,000.
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30. To establish minimum contacts, a nonresident defendant must|

       both a and b

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31. The judicial pre-online history of personal jurisdiction over nonresident defendants originated in|

       Pennoyer v. Neff.
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32. The case where the U.S. Supreme Court first found personal jurisdiction even though the defendant had no physical presence in the state was|

       Pennoyer v. Neff.
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33. To find personal jurisdiction in cyberspace, |

       b and c together must be present
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34. Long-arm statutes|

       subject out-of-state defendants to a state’s jurisdiction when they do business in a state.

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35. In what case did the U.S. Supreme Court hold that merely placing a product in interstate commerce does not of itself “purposefully avail oneself” of a forum state’s jurisdiction?|        World Wide Volkswagen Corp v. Woodson

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36. According to the Supreme Court, what additional conduct besides placing a product in interstate commerce in necessary to “avail oneself” of a forum state’s jurisdiction?|       
       intent to serve the market in the forum state
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37. In the case of Calder v. Jones, the U.S....
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