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Title Research handbook on governance of the internet / edited by Ian Brown.

Published Cheltenham : Edward Elgar Pub., Inc., 2013.

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Physical description 512 p. ; cm.
Notes Includes index.
Contents pt. I. Institutions and networks of governance -- pt. II. Human rights and fundamental freedoms -- pt. III. Networked control.
Summary The internet is now a key part of everyday life across the developed world, and growing rapidly across developing countries. This Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the latest research on internet governance, written by the leading scholars in the field. With an international focus, it features contributions from lawyers, economists and political scientists across North America, Europe and Australia. They adopt a broad multidisciplinary perspective, taking in law, economics, political science, international relations, and communications studies. Thought-provoking chapters cover topics such as ICANN, the Internet Governance Forum, grassroots activism, innovation, human rights, privacy in social networks, and network neutrality. Being a forward-looking guide for the next decade, this Research Handbook will strongly appeal to scholars and graduate students in the social sciences studying and researching internet governance, political scientists, economists, lawyers and computer scientists working on governance issues, as well as regulators and policymakers responsible for internet governance in national governments and intergovernmental organisations.
Other author Brown, Ian.
Edward Elgar Publishing.
Subject Internet governance -- Research.
Internet -- Government policy.
ISBN 9781849805025 (hardback)
9781849805049 (e-book)