Cyberspace & International Law on Jurisdiction: Possibilities of Dividing Cyberspace Into Jurisdictions with Help of Filters and Firewall Software
The first chapters deal with the technicality of firewalls and filters on public international computer networks, anti-censorware, censoring and efficiency of filters. The second part deals with public international law on jurisdiction (to prescribe, adjudicate and enforce) and public international computer networks. Further it mentions related court decisions.
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