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Title Borders in cyberspace : information policy and the global information infrastructure / edited by Brian Kahin and Charles Nesson.
Imprint Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 1997.

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Series Publication of the Harvard Information Infrastructure Project
Publication of the Harvard Information Infrastructure Project.
Subject Transborder data flow -- Law and legislation.
Online information services -- Law and legislation.
Data protection -- Law and legislation.
Privacy, Right of.
Alt Name Kahin, Brian.
Nesson, Charles R.
Description 1 online resource (xi, 374 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Life and law on the frontier: Rise of law on the global network / David R. Johnson and David G. Post. Universalism and particularism : the problem of cultural sovereignty and global information flow / Ingrid Volkmer. Governing networks and rule-making in cyberspace / Joel R. Reidenberg. Third waves / Christopher R. Kedzie. Internet as a source of regulatory arbitrage / A. Michael Froomkin. Jurisdiction in cyberspace : the role of intermediaries / Henry H. Perritt, Jr. -- Issues across borders: Market for digital piracy / Dan L. Burk. Regulatory web : free speech and the global information infrastructure / Viktor Mayer-Schonberger and Teree E. Foster. Conflict and overlap in privacy regulation : national, international, and private / Robert Gellman. International regulation of encryption : technology will drive policy / Richard C. Barth and Clint N. Smith. International information policy in conflict : open and unrestricted access versus government commercialization / Peter N. Weiss and Peter Backlund. Netting the cybershark : consumer protection, cyberspace, the nation-state, and democracy / John Goldring.
Note Print version record.
Summary Borders in Cyberspace investigates issues arising from national differences in law, public policy, and social and cultural values in light of the emerging global information infrastructure. The contributions include detailed analyses of some of the most visible issues, including intellectual property, security, privacy, and censorship.
Note English.
ISBN 058500286X (electronic bk.)
9780585002866 (electronic bk.)
0262276607 (electronic bk.)
9780262276603 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 42854104
Additional Format Print version: Borders in cyberspace. Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 1997 0262611260 (DLC) 96049898 (OCoLC)36126687
Table of Contents
 The Rise of Law on the Global Network / David R. Johnson, David G. Post3
 Universalism and Particularism: The Problem of Cultural Sovereignty and Global Information Flow / Ingrid Volkmer48
 Governing Networks and Rule-Making in Cyberspace / Joel R. Reidenberg84
 The Third Waves / Christopher R. Kedzie106
 The Internet as a Source of Regulatory Arbitrage / A. Michael Froomkin129
 Jurisdiction in Cyberspace: The Role of Intermediaries / Henry H. Perritt, Jr.164
 The Market for Digital Piracy / Dan L. Burk205
 A Regulatory Web: Free Speech and the Global Information Infrastructure / Viktor Mayer-Schonberger, Teree E. Foster235
 Conflict and Overlap in Privacy Regulation: National, International, and Private / Robert Gellman255
 International Regulation of Encryption: Technology Will Drive Policy / Richard C. Barth, Clint N. Smith283
 International Information Policy in Conflict: Open and Unrestricted Access versus Government Commercialization / Peter N. Weiss, Peter Backlund300
 Netting the Cybershark: Consumer Protection, Cyberspace, the Nation-State, and Democracy / John Goldring322

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