The evolution of Internet has forever changed the legal landscape. Internet is the world’s largest marketplace, copy machine, and instrumentality for committing crimes, torts, and infringing intellectual property. In less than twenty - five years, Internet law has created new legal dilemmas and challenges in accommodating new information technologies. Chapter I of this paper clarifies the complexity of conceptual definitions that are involved in linking and framing methods. Chapter II specifically examines copyright that may be implicated by transmissions and use of works on the Internet by the above mentioned activities, in the light of case law or disputes that have grappled with these technologies. Chapter III suggests some possible solutions and draws some conclusions about one of the booming topics not only for copyright law but also for cyberspace law in general.