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Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology
Personal Jurisdiction, Internet Commerce, and Privacy: The Pervasive Legal Consequences of Modern Geolocation Technologies
21.0000000000000 ALB. L.J. SCI. & TECH. 61 (2011)
Kevin F. King
Modern geolocation technologies allow Internet sites to automatically and accurately identify a user’s geographic location. This capability—unavailable just a few years ago—has begun to revolutionize Internet commerce and communication by enabling content localization, customization, and access regulation on a scale previously thought to be impossible. Yet thus far, the law has reacted inadequately to these technologies, or in some cases, failed to react at all.