3 edition of Law and technology: Politics, complexity, and legitimacy in Online copyright reform. found in the catalog.
Law and technology: Politics, complexity, and legitimacy in Online copyright reform.
Misha Alexander Feldmann
Written in English
This thesis examines recent copyright law reform proposals in the context of a theory of technology. The theory posits that technology is political and complex. The paper argues that any law of cyberspace must consider these features of technology if it is to be effective and if it is to comport with norms in society. The paper ultimately posits a theory for the law of cyberspace drawing on the international law theory of legitimacy. Law for the internet that is "legitimate" will be effective precisely because it does not require coercion. The thesis concludes that the challenges of regulating cyberspace can be overcome by taking into account the politics inherent in technology and the complexity of the internet.
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