Organizations and governments have developed various laws and acts to resolve the issues related to copyrights of digital content. For the e-commerce business, it is important to set legal rules and apply those to make sure that e-commerce does not hurt the basic standard of copyrights. On the other hand, internet describes as the world’s largest copy machine. Through this, a person can mail various copies at global level. When some other person or company tries to use this trademark without authorization, it is considered as an illegal activity for the trademark. For example, software is available on the net for free of cost that permits the transfer of songs and other materials without the authorization of legal rights. In the last few years, new laws and acts have developed to make sure the protection and enforcement of copyrights in the e-commerce. In present, most of online privacy policies are developed by private businesses. Further, governments are developing several legislation and laws to maintain and make strong the privacy protection measures for e-commerce. These legislations have main aim to regulate the storage, use and disclose of personal information of customers by e-commerce businesses.