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Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and countless other social media networks are reinventing the way we interact on a personal and business level, the way companies promote products and challenge competitors, as well as the contracts are performed.
 
The latest mobile technology makes social media so readily available that traditional presumptions may no long apply.  
A Worldwide access to the Internet creates jurisdictional problems and choice of law issues, and gives a claimant myriad of "forum shopping" opportunities.
 
We will take a 360-degree look at the current state of private international law with regard to social media, cross-border internet transactions and Internet tort cases and will consider whether traditional private international law principles and rules are adequate in the borderless internet context. 
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