6 edition of Sex, Laws, and Cyberspace found in the catalog.
March 15, 1997
by Owl Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
William & Mary Bill of Rights Journal Teens, Sexts, & Cyberspace: The C onstitutional Implications of Current Sexting & Cyberbullying Laws Jamie L. Williams 0 0 Jamie L. Williams, Teens, Sexts, & Cyberspace: Th e Constitutional Implications of Current Sexting & Cyberbullying Laws, 20 Wm. & Mary Bill Rts. J. (), wmborj/vol20/iss3/8 Repository Citation. The Future of Ideas: The Fate of the Commons in a Connected World () is a book by Lawrence Lessig, at the time of writing a professor of law at Stanford Law School, who is well known as a critic of the extension of the copyright term in US. It is a continuation of his previous book Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace, which is about how computer programs can restrict freedom of ideas in.
This is the single feature of the architecture of cyberspace that makes this form of regulation difficult to replicate there. Even if you have exactly the same laws, exactly the same norms, and a similar market structure, the character of the original architecture or technology of cyberspace is such that age is not relatively self-authenticating. For a description of the facts, see JONATHAN WALLACE & MARK MANGAN, SEX, LAWS AND CYBERSPACE (). See 47 U.S.C. § (a) (Supp. III ). For a legislative description of Senator.
Laws and Cyberspace(New York: Henry Holt, ). He is a software executive and attorney in New York City. He is a software executive and attorney in New York City. No. 49 David Landis, Sex, Laws & Cyberspace; Regulating Porn: Does It Compute?, USA TODAY, Aug. 9, , at 1D. It is helpful to conceive of the Usenet as a “floating system” of discussion groups administered by some relatively simple organizational software.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A groundbreaking study of the legal issues and ethical debates s /5(11). Sex, Laws, and Cyberspace addresses the legal Sex and ethical debates surrounding the explosive worldwide growth of the Internet and commercial online services.
The same qualities that make these networks invaluable - low-cost worldwide reach, lack of censorship, interactivity, virtual anonymity, and Cyberspace book the ability to carry huge amounts of data.
Sex, Laws, and Cyberspace is precise in its opinion on the First Amendment and defends every case presented within the book. Sex, Laws, and Cyberspace addresses the legal issues and ethical debates surrounding the worldwide growth of the Internet.
These comments apply to the first hardback printing of Sex, Laws, & Cyberspace.I have not had a chance to review any subsequent printings of the book.
Sex, Laws, & Cyberspace, a and Cyberspace book by Jonathan Wallace and Mark Mangan, succeeds Sex its goal of covering the spectrum of legal issues affecting the Internet and its the down side, the book reads like an early draft of a series of.
Sex, Laws and Cyberspace has been printed in hardcover by Henry Holt & Co. and can be found in bookstores everywhere. Jonathan Wallace was a plantiff in the successful ACLU free speech case. Sex authors have lectured widely. Jonathan appeared on appeared on several television shows such as such as NBC's Extra, and CNBC's America's Business and, between the two of them, they.
A groundbreaking study of the legal issues and ethical debates surrounding the international growth of the Internet and commercial online services. The authors examine the pressure on the government to regulate this new media, scrutinize the ongoing battles, and interview key players in both pro.
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This book proposes a new model for cyberspace laws focussing on human actions rather than the technology used; Re-opens the debate as to the value of laws for regulating cyberspace and how best to regulate behaviour; Provides analysis of and potential solutions to the problem of enforcing the plethora of existing laws regulating cyberspace.
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Site Rating: User Rating: Rating: /5 (0 votes cast) Sex, Laws, and Cyberspace: Freedom and Censorship on the Frontiers of the Online Revolution. The book tackles a very interesting topic: regulation in the age of cyberspace. Now, this book is a rewritting of a book, so today it's rather dated in its more technical details.
Lessig argues that the Internet is moving away from its early ideals of freedom, anonymity and decentralization/5(53). (18 is the age of consent in Oregon, although not necessarily all other U.S. states; it is also the age set as a minimum for non-child pornography under Federal law.) Whether that person is above the age of consent in their home country is irrelevant under our laws.
Lessig: The Laws of Cyberspace Draft: April 3, 6 buyers, or laws requiring that sellers locate in a section of the city likely to be far from kids. But laws are not the most significant of the constraints on the distribution of porn to kids. More important than laws are norms. Norms constrain adults not to.
Get this from a library. Sex, laws, and cyberspace: freedom and censorship on the frontiers of the online revolution. [Jonathan D Wallace; Mark Mangan]. New Cyber Laws. Technology is constantly updating. This means that laws must also be constantly updated.
Although U.S. law has remained the same for a long time, five laws were passed in National Cybersecurity Protection Act (NCPA). Cybersecurity Enhancement Act of (CEA). Federal Information System Modernization Act of (FISMA ).Sex, Cyberspace, and the First Amendment By the end of the s book banning by public bodies had increased to three times the level, according to the American Library Association.The author posits that principles (iv)–(vii) cause most difficulties for lawmakers attempting to make laws for cyberspace, as explained in the previous two Chapters 8 and 9.
He finds that the effectiveness of the laws for cyberspace as examined in the book is low for the reason of non-compliance with these principles (page ff).