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Law and regulation [electronic resource] : scenarios for the information age / by B.M.J. van Klink & J.E.J. Prins.

By: Klink, B. M. J. van.
Contributor(s): Prins, C. (Corien).
Material type: TextTextSeries: Informatization developments and the public sector: v. 7.Publisher: Amsterdam : Tokyo : IOS Press ; Ohmsha, c2002Description: 1 online resource (vii, 137 p.).ISBN: 0585458685 (electronic bk.); 9780585458687 (electronic bk.); 1586032658 (IOS Press); 9781586032654 (IOS Press); 4274905152 (Ohmsha); 9784274905155 (Ohmsha); 1601294425; 9781601294425.Subject(s): Information services -- Law and legislation -- Netherlands | LAW -- Military | Overheidsbeleid | Regulering | InformatietechnologieGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Law and regulation.DDC classification: 343.49209944 Other classification: 88.10 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover; Title page; Contents; Preface; 1. ICT and the Law; 2. Questions and Challenges; 3. Directions of Approach; 4. The Role of the Government in the Information Society; 5. A Communicative Approach; 6. Balance; 7. Summary; Bibliography.
Summary: An in-depth analysis of scenarios for government intervention in the information age. It addresses the legal questions and challenges arising in a borderless virtual world, elaborating on regulatory solutions found in day-to-day practice, that is, relatively independently of state regulation.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 129-137).

Cover; Title page; Contents; Preface; 1. ICT and the Law; 2. Questions and Challenges; 3. Directions of Approach; 4. The Role of the Government in the Information Society; 5. A Communicative Approach; 6. Balance; 7. Summary; Bibliography.

An in-depth analysis of scenarios for government intervention in the information age. It addresses the legal questions and challenges arising in a borderless virtual world, elaborating on regulatory solutions found in day-to-day practice, that is, relatively independently of state regulation.

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