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Regulating the global information society [electronic resource] / edited by Christopher Marsden.

Contributor(s): Marsden, Christopher T.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Warwick studies in globalisation: Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2000Description: 1 online resource (xx, 367 p.).ISBN: 0203988892; 9780203988893; 0415242177 (hbk.); 9780415242172 (hbk.); 0415242185 (pbk.); 9780415242189 (pbk.).Subject(s): Computer networks -- Law and legislation | Telecommunication -- Law and legislation | Digital communications | Information society | R�eseaux d'ordinateurs -- Droit | T�el�ecommunications -- Droit | Transmission num�erique | Soci�et�e informatis�ee | LAW -- Media & the Law | LAW -- CommunicationsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Regulating the global information society.DDC classification: 343.09/944 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction : information and communications technologies, globalisation and regulation / Christopher T. Marsden -- Part I. Theoretical perspectives. The role of the public sphere in the information society / Nicholas Garnham -- In search of the self : charting the course of self-regulation on the internet in a global environment / Monroe E. Price and Stefaan G. Verhulst -- Will electronic commerce change the law? Towards a regulatory perspective based on competition, information and learning skills / Paul Nihoul -- Part II. The limits of telecommunications regulation. How far can deregulation of telecommunications go? / Martin Cave -- Realising social goals in connectivity and content : the challenge of convergence / Richard Collins -- Commentary : when to regulate in the GIS? A public policy perspective / Fod Barnes -- The rise and decline of the international telecommunications regime / William J. Drake -- After Seattle : trade negotiations and the new economy / Jonathan D. Aronson ; Comment / Dimitri Ypsilanti -- Part III. International self-regulation and standard setting. Locating internet governance : lessons from the standards process / Mark Gould -- Semi-private international rulemaking : lessons learned from the WIPO domain name process / A. Michael Froomkin -- Part IV. Standard setting and competition policy. Will the internet remake antitrust law? / Mark Lemley -- The problems of the third way : a Java case study / David McGowan -- Part V. The limits of government regulation. China's impact on the Global Information Society / Perry Keller -- Freedom versus access rights in a European context / Ad van Loon -- Pluralism, guidance and the new media / Thomas Gibbons -- Five challenges for regulating the Global Information Society / Pamela Samuelson.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [331]-357) and index.

Introduction : information and communications technologies, globalisation and regulation / Christopher T. Marsden -- Part I. Theoretical perspectives. The role of the public sphere in the information society / Nicholas Garnham -- In search of the self : charting the course of self-regulation on the internet in a global environment / Monroe E. Price and Stefaan G. Verhulst -- Will electronic commerce change the law? Towards a regulatory perspective based on competition, information and learning skills / Paul Nihoul -- Part II. The limits of telecommunications regulation. How far can deregulation of telecommunications go? / Martin Cave -- Realising social goals in connectivity and content : the challenge of convergence / Richard Collins -- Commentary : when to regulate in the GIS? A public policy perspective / Fod Barnes -- The rise and decline of the international telecommunications regime / William J. Drake -- After Seattle : trade negotiations and the new economy / Jonathan D. Aronson ; Comment / Dimitri Ypsilanti -- Part III. International self-regulation and standard setting. Locating internet governance : lessons from the standards process / Mark Gould -- Semi-private international rulemaking : lessons learned from the WIPO domain name process / A. Michael Froomkin -- Part IV. Standard setting and competition policy. Will the internet remake antitrust law? / Mark Lemley -- The problems of the third way : a Java case study / David McGowan -- Part V. The limits of government regulation. China's impact on the Global Information Society / Perry Keller -- Freedom versus access rights in a European context / Ad van Loon -- Pluralism, guidance and the new media / Thomas Gibbons -- Five challenges for regulating the Global Information Society / Pamela Samuelson.

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