Governing the Internet: The Emergence of an International Regime
This volume explores the many complex issues and challenges that confront governments, technocrats, business people and others as they try to create and implement rules for a truly global interoperable Internet.
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Global Internet Governance
Frameworks for ECommerce and Taxation
Investment and Intellectual Property
Content Privacy and International Law
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