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The emergent global information policy regime

Author: Sandra Braman
Publisher: Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
Series: International political economy series (Palgrave Macmillan (Firm))
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There is a struggle over governance of the global information network among nations and inter-national organizations, multinational corporations, elites and civil society. The outcome will determine how we communicate, the extent of civil liberties, the profitability of e-commerce, and the richness of our cultures. The questions to be decided reach deep: How should property rights be structured? What is the role of  Read more...
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Emergent global information policy regime.
Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2004
(DLC) 2003046938
(OCoLC)52214520
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sandra Braman
ISBN: 9780230377684 0230377688 6613962953 9786613962959 1283650452 9781283650458
OCLC Number: 759110867
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 262 pages).
Contents: list of Tables and Figures --
Notes on the Contributors --
Introduction: The Processes of Emergence; S. Braman --
The Emergent Global Information Policy Regime; S. Braman --
Codification in Context; B. Kahin --
ICANN and INTELSAT: Global Communication Technologies and their Incorporation into International Regimes; M. Mueller and D. Thompson --
The Persistence and Breakdown of Exclusion and Territoriality in Global Telecommunications Regimes; J.P. Singh --
Projecting EU Regimes Abroad: The EU Data Protection Directive as Global Standard; D. Heisenberg and M-H. Fandel --
Networks and the Evolution of Property Rights in the Global, Knowledge-based Economy; D.l. Garcia --
Implications of Elite Decision-making for Global Information Policy; D.l. Cogburn --
Private Governance for Global Communications: Technology, Contracts and the Internet; H. Klein --
Internet Points of Control; J. Zittrain --
References --
Index. Introduction. The processes of emergence / Sandra Braman --
The emergent global information policy regime / Sandra Braman --
Codification in context / Brian Kahin --
ICANN and INTELSAT: global communication technologies and their incorporation into international regimes / Milton Mueller and Dale Thompson --
The persistence and breakdown of exclusion and territoriality in global telecommunications regimes / J.P. Singh --
Projecting EU regimes abroad: the EU data protection directive as global standard / Dorothee Heisenberg and Marie-Hélène Fandel --
Networks and the evolution of property rights in the global, knowledge-based economy / D. Linda Garcia --
Implications of elite decision-making for global information policy / Derrik L. Cogburn --
Private governance for global communications: technology, contracts and the Internet / Hans Klein --
Internet points of control / Jonathan Zittrain.
Series Title: International political economy series (Palgrave Macmillan (Firm))
Responsibility: edited by Sandra Braman.

Abstract:

There is a struggle over governance of the global information network among nations and inter-national organizations, multinational corporations, elites and civil society. The outcome will determine how we communicate, the extent of civil liberties, the profitability of e-commerce, and the richness of our cultures. The questions to be decided reach deep: How should property rights be structured? What is the role of nations in a global environment? How can decision- making about a shared global infrastructure be democratic? How have technologies affected policy-making and implementation? And to what extent is knowledge really power? Information policy is the forerunner for the development of global governance mechanisms, setting a precedent for what is likely to happen with other issue areas in the future. This collection looks at the processes by which the global information policy regime is being formed, as a foundation for understanding its emergent features.

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