This seminar will explore issues related to
the regulation of cyberspace. It is not a course in computer law, or
copyright, or intellectual
property. It is instead an effort to understand the particular problems
that regulation in this new
world will present -- especially the question of what kind of regulation
(activist or laissez faire)
makes sense. Topics will include the regulation of speech in cyberspace,
the construction of
cyberspace communities, the regulation of privacy, cryptography, and
virtual reality, as well as
other topics to be determined.
the class will be conducted in cyberspace, and the only strong
requirement is participation in
These pages provide both a means to quickly locate pertinent
on the web and help in beginning the process. Note that these pages are
also available in a text version for those of you who
don't wish to spend time downloading any images.
Due to its ability to be copied and transferred on a single floppy, an
older Netscape browser was distributed along with the SLIP package.
If you wish to upgrade to Netscape's latest version (something you should
consider if your Netscape says it is version 1-point-something),
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