David R Johnson and David G Post, 'Law and Borders - The Rise of Law in Cyberspace' (1996) 48 Stanford Law Review 1367.
See AGLC rule 4 in the Australian Guide to Legal Citation 3rd edition.
Jan Charbonneau, 'Protecting The Messenger: Carriage Service Providers' Liability for Third Party Copyright Infringement' (2006) 13 eLaw Journal: Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law 37 <https://elaw.murdoch.edu.au/archives/issues/2006/2/elaw_ProtectingtheMessenger.pdf>.
Many journals now appear in print and online.
If you are citing an article from a journal that appears both in print and online, and you obtained your particular copy online, then you should still cite the journal using the above conventions for print versions.
If the relevant journal appears only in an online version, follow AGLC rule 4.9. in the Australian Guide to Legal Citation 3rd edition.
The details which must be included in the footnote are: