In Part 1 of this two-part article ((2006) 8(7) ADR 137), Bjorn Johansson discussed the nature of the internet and how this impacts on the resolution of disputes occurring in the online environment. He looked at particular problems that arise with online disputes and their resolution in traditional legal fora or by ADR. He suggests the establishment of a Cybercourt system as a way to simplify dealing with disputes on the internet. In Part 2 he addresses legal, technological, practical and political issues to consider in a future Cybercourt. He then turns his attention to procedural issues and draws his conclusions about the desirability and practical likelihood of an internationally accepted Cybercourt system becoming a reality.