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Open architecture as communications policy : preserving Internet freedom in the broadband era

Author: Mark N Cooper; Stanford University. Center for Internet & Society.
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Center for Internet and Society, Stanford Law School, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mark N Cooper; Stanford University. Center for Internet & Society.
ISBN: 0972746080 9780972746083
OCLC Number: 181348403
Notes: "The papers collected in this volume were published in different journals..."--T.p. verso.
Description: 463 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: I. Introduction --
The future of the internet in the broadband age / Mark N. Cooper --
Opening remarks / Michael J. Copps --
Moderator's remarks / Mark N. Cooper --
Pt.1. The interaction between technology and policy in the creation of the internet --
II. What is the internet? / Robert E. Khan and Vinton G. Cerf / --
III. The end of end to end / Mark A. Lemley and Lawrence Lessig --
Pt. II. Empirical studies, the role of open architecture in stimulating innovation --
IV. Making the network connection / Mark N. Cooper --
V. Anticompetitive problems of closed communications facilities / Mark N. Cooper VI. Network neutrality, broadband discrimination / Timothy Wu --
Pt. III. Broadband policy --
VII. Broadband policy --
Broadband policy, a user's guide / Timothy Wu --
Ex parte submission in CS docket no. 02-52 / Timothy Wu and Lawrence Lessig --
VIII. Access denied / Earl W. Comstock and John W. Butler--
Brief of petitioner Earthlink, Inc., Brand X Internet Services, et al., v. Federal Communications Commission / Earl W. Comstock and John W. Butler --
IX. A horizonal leap forward --
Letter to Evans and Powell / Vinton G. Cerf --
Formulating a new public polict framework based on the network layers model / Richard S. Whitt --
Bibliography.
Responsibility: Mark N. Cooper, editor.

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