Internet Destruction of Fair Business Practice

The Internet is destroying the enforceability of small business contracts.1

Here are a few examples:



1 More accurately, the lack of developed law allows parties to use the broadcast feature of the Internet for their own purposes. A purist might argue that the Internet does not cause the harm but a partial legal response would be that “but for” the Internet the harm explained here would not occur. Thus, the Internet is a causal factor. In any case the purpose of this article is not to attack the Internet but to start or contribute to a dialogue as to how the problem can be remedied.

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