As a small
business owner, you have the technology at your
finger-tips to now market yourself on a level not
available ever before.
The pressure is
on YOU to become thoroughly informed, and remain
up-to-date with new regulations and technologies
affecting your Ecommerce involvement.
websites offering information pertaining to the
policies, regulations and laws that will affect your
Trade Commission (FTC)
The FTC enforces a variety of federal antitrust,
unfair trade practices, and consumer protection laws.
The FTC seeks to ensure that the nation's markets
function competitively, and are vigorous, efficient,
and free of undue restrictions.
Government Electronic Policy
The Commerce Department’s primary web page for
providing interested parties with information on the
government actions on ecommerce policies.
Internet Law Meta
An index of indices on the internet that will lead
you to materials about Internet law.
Information Law Web
A Collection of People, Places and Things That Can
Help You Understand Your Rights in the Emerging
Center for Democracy and Technology
The Center for Democracy and Technology is a private
sector, not-for-profit organization, which works to
promote democratic values and constitutional liberties
in the digital age.
A Congressionally appointed panel, which was formed to
identify technological or other methods that will help
reduce access by minors to material that is harmful to
minors on the Internet.
Corporation for Assigned
Names and Numbers (ICANN)
The non-profit corporation that has technical
oversight of Internet protocol address space
allocation, protocol parameter assignment, domain name
system management, and root server system management
of Commerce (DOC)
The Commerce Department oversees the nation's economic
infrastructure, resources, and assets, while promoting
U.S. competitiveness, cutting-edge science, and
Communications Commission (FCC)
The FCC is an independent United States government
agency, directly responsible to Congress that
regulates interstate communications by radio,
television, wire, satellite, and cable. The FCC seeks
to ensure that the radio spectrum and wired
communications operate in the public interest
Information Administration (NTIA)
A branch of the Department of Commerce, is the
Executive Branch's principal authority on domestic and
international telecommunications and information
and Trademark Office Page (PTO)
The PTO is a non-commercial federal agency which
oversees the registration of trademarks, patents, and
copyrights. It seeks to promote the progress of
science and the useful arts by securing for limited
times to inventors the exclusive right to their