CIVIL LIABILITY IN CYBERSPACE
With the advent of cyberspace and the increase in the number of users, the growing trend has led people to a path that has changed their interactions and lifestyles. There may also be restrictions on this route, or people may, in their own right or by any other person, commit acts outside the terms and conditions of using this space. As a result, they are also liable for their actions as compensation for civil liability arising out of an unusual act. This study examines the concept of cyberspace and the dangers that exist in this space, as well as the civil liability for violating the rights, terms and conditions of its use by its target audience.
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