Law and Disorder in Cyberspace


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Addressing charged points of conflict such as free speech vs. censorship, privacy vs. right to know, and market vs. controlled pricing, Law and Disorder in Cyberspace energetically proposes that sensible telecommunications policies evolve through common law - the accretion of decisions arrived at in specific cases where basic principles such as private property and anticompetitive business practices are challenged and upheld - and not through the top-down, government imposition of inflexible regulatory mandates.

Law and Disorder in Cyberspace 1997, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780195116144