From e-commerce to online games to live streaming video, the Internet has arrived. A global audience has access to an "indescribable wealth of information," all available via a telephone line and a personal computer. Like many other activities once conducted exclusively in the offline world, political campaigns are beginning to make use of the Net. Given that nearly half of the adults in the United States have access to the Internet, it is not surprising that political candidates have developed campaign technologies and methods to exploit this new medium.
"Domain Name Piracy and Privacy: Do Federal Election Regulations Offer a Solution?,"
Yale Law & Policy Review:
1, Article 18.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/ylpr/vol19/iss1/18