The Internet has caused fundamental shifts in the way people go about their lives. It has suddenly allowed for affordable communication to take place instantaneously around the globe. We now socialize and do business with little regard to geographical or political boundaries. In turn, cross-border portals have opened for personal relationships, commercial trade and new levels of cultural development.

But despite the rise of the borderless world of the Internet, our legal systems remain anachronistically anchored to the constraints of national and local boundaries.

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