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THE NEXT DIGITAL DECADE ESSAYS ON THE FUTURE OF THE INTERNET Edited by Berin Szoka & Adam Marcus THE NEXT DIGITAL DECADE ESSAYS ON THE FUTURE OF THE INTERNET Edited by Berin Szoka & Adam Marcus NextDigitalDecade.com TechFreedom techfreedom.org Washington, D.C. This work was published by TechFreedom (TechFreedom.org), a non-profit public policy think tank based in Washington, D.C. TechFreedom’’s mission is to unleash the progress of technology that improves the human condition and expands individual capacity to choose. We gratefully acknowledge the generous and unconditional support for this project provided by VeriSign, Inc. More information about this book is available at NextDigitalDecade.com ISBN 978-1-4357-6786-7 © 2010 by TechFreedom, Washington, D.C. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA. Cover Designed by Jeff Fielding. THE NEXT DIGITAL DECADE: ESSAYS ON THE FUTURE OF THE INTERNET 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Foreword 7 Berin Szoka 25 Years After .COM: Ten Questions 9 Berin Szoka Contributors 29 Part I: The Big Picture & New Frameworks CHAPTER 1: The Internet’s Impact on Culture & Society: Good or Bad? 49 Why We Must Resist the Temptation of Web 2.0 51 Andrew Keen The Case for Internet Optimism, Part 1: Saving the Net from Its Detractors 57 Adam Thierer CHAPTER 2: Is the Generative Internet at Risk? 89 Protecting the Internet Without Wrecking It: How to Meet the Security Threat 91 Jonathan Zittrain A Portrait of the Internet as a Young Man 113 Ann Bartow The Case for Internet Optimism, Part 2: Saving the Net from Its Supporters 139 Adam Thierer CHAPTER 3: Is Internet Exceptionalism Dead? 163 The Third Wave of Internet Exceptionalism 165 Eric Goldman A Declaration of the Dependence of Cyberspace 169 Alex Kozinski and Josh Goldfoot Is Internet Exceptionalism Dead? 179 Tim Wu 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Section 230 of the CDA: Internet Exceptionalism as a Statutory Construct 189 H. Brian Holland Internet Exceptionalism Revisited 209 Mark MacCarthy CHAPTER 4: Has the Internet Fundamentally Changed Economics? 237 Computer-Mediated Transactions 239 Hal R. Varian Decentralization, Freedom to Operate & Human Sociality 257 Yochai Benkler The Economics of Information: From Dismal Science to Strange Tales 273 Larry Downes The Regulation of Reputational Information 293 Eric Goldman CHAPTER 5: Who Will Govern the Net in 2020? 305 Imagining the Future of Global Internet Governance 307 Milton Mueller Democracy in Cyberspace: Self-Governing Netizens & a New, Global Form of Civic Virtue, Online 315 David R. Johnson Who’s Who in Internet Politics: A Taxonomy of Information Technology Policy & Politics 327 Robert D. Atkinson Part II: Issues & Applications CHAPTER 6: Should Online Intermediaries Be Required to Police More? 345 Trusting (and Verifying) Online Intermediaries’ Policing 347 Frank Pasquale Online Liability for Payment Systems 365 Mark MacCarthy ... - tailieumienphi.vn
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